Located on an extremely busy shopping street in Munich between Sendlinger Tor & Marienplatz, nobody would know that it is a church unless they read the stone placards. One expects a church to have space all around it to walk, but here, the walls are connected to the adjoining buildings giving it somewhat of a camouflage.
Once you enter, you are going to be awed at the golden ornaments & the stunning & creative architecture. However, what was most stunning was the painting on the ceiling, which illustrates multiple different stories.
There is also a small underground prayer room/tombstone which you can visit.
Definitely worth a visit.
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