51.0519° N, 13.7415° E

Copyright David Hertle

The capital of the German state of Saxony

serves as the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Munich

The Frauenkirche is a Lutheran church that was originally built in 1743, but got destroyed during the Second World War. Fortunately, it got restored in 2005 and we can now admire its white stone carved in baroque style. One of the highlights is the orgue in the back of the nef. The details on the dozens of intricate characters and symbols is mesmerizing, all in gold and marble. The church's architecture is a mix of Baroque and Renaissance styles, with a distinctive dome that is visible from many parts of the city. It also features intricate stonework and a number of notable artworks and artifacts, including an organ that dates back to the 18th century. The Frauenkirche is not only an important religious and cultural site, but also a significant part of Germany's history and heritage.

Copyright Alexander Henke
Travel is an investment in yourself.

Located in Munich, Bavaria, Germany

How to get there:

By public transportation: The Frauenkirche is easily accessible by tram or bus. You can take tram lines 1, 2, 4, 12 or 13 and get off at the “Altmarkt” stop, which is only a short walk away from the church. You can also take bus lines 62, 75, 94, or 360 to the same stop.

By foot: If you are staying in the city center, you can also easily walk to the Frauenkirche. It is located in the heart of the historic old town and is just a short walk away from other popular attractions like the Zwinger Palace and the Semper Opera House.

Copyright David Hertle
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