Impressions…Munich, Germany

Posted in Architecture, Art, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 21 May, 2013








One of the most glorious churches in Munich has got to be the Asamkirche (Asam church) built in 1733 – 1746 by the brothers Egid Quirin Asam and Cosmas Damian Asam as their private church. Nestled in between other houses and on a busy shopping street, one could almost walk past. But if you are lucky enough to open the big heavy doors, a Baroque heaven awaits you inside.

The sundown picture is taken at the beautiful Seehaus beer garden, which is the best place to spend a warm summer evening.

The glass chandelier you will find at Künstlerhaus, which is now also hosting an Italien restaurant called L’Osteria.

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  1. Mª Dolores Gª Albericio said, on 21 May, 2013 at 09:51

    Baroque spectacular!

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