Old Peter (St. Peter) is the oldest church in the inner city of Munich, Germany. As early as 1158, when Munich was built, a church was built here. The 8th century monks lived around the church on the hill. At the end of the 12th century, a new Bavarian Romanesque church was built, which was expanded to Gothic shortly before it was destroyed by fire in 1327. Since then, a new church was built in 1368. At the beginning of the 17th century, a 92-meter-high Renaissance spire and a baroque choir seat were added.
Although the trip has seen too many churches of different styles, St. Peter's Cathedral is not so prominent. However, the interior of the church is also unique in the style of Narococo and Baroque style, with white and gold as the mainstay, as well as jewelry and a collection room with hair shaft. Placed in the center of the main altar is the image of San Pedro, and the four saints at the bottom are very beautiful. The whole church is very solemn and elegant. The interior is beautifully decorated, especially its altar, with many gold-plated decorations and a gorgeous feel. The
church has a spire of up to 91 meters high and can be seen in many parts of Munich, becoming a landmark in Munich. It is free to enter the church and there is a charge of 2 euros for the summit. It was too cold that day, and I planned to climb the tower to overlook the panoramic view of Munich's Old Town, but at this time I gave up especially decisively. Overlooking the Marienplatz, it is the best location to look out for the new town hall and the Church of Our Lady. In the far north, you can see the home stadium of Bayern Munich, the Allianz Arena, when the weather is good.
The building corresponding to the new city government on Maria Square is the Old Peter Church. Also known as St. Peter's Church, it is the oldest church in the inner city of Munich, Germany. Built in 1050, the Old Peter Church is Munich's oldest church, even longer than Munich's own history. The church's Renaissance spire is a great place to look out over the city. At the end of the 12th century, a new Bavarian Romanesque church was built, which was expanded to Gothic shortly before it was destroyed by fire in 1327. The tower that we can now climb to is the 92-meter-high Renaissance spire that was built in the early 17th century. The interior is white and gold, very, the skylight of the dome will reveal light, very beautiful. The decoration in
St. Peter's Cathedral is mainly white and gold. In the style of Rococo decoration, the whole church is very elegant and elegant. There are colorful portraits on the ceiling of the church, each of which is lifelike and breathtaking. St. Peter's Basilica is also an art temple. In the middle of the church is the statue of San Pedro, next to several statues of saints.
St. Peter's Cathedral, built in 1180, is the oldest and oldest church in Munich, Germany, and the pride of Munichers. St. Peter's Basilica is located on the west side of Isabel Square, next to Marian Square. The original site of the church was a monastery, and a church was later built. Unfortunately, a fire 150 years later burned it out. The decoration in
St. Peter's Cathedral is mainly white and gold. In the style of Rococo decoration, the whole church is very elegant and elegant. There are colorful portraits on the ceiling of the church, each of which is lifelike and breathtaking. Therefore, in the hearts of tourists, St. Peter's Basilica is still an art temple. In the middle of the church is the statue of San Pedro, next to several statues of saints.
In the church, there are also many precious jewellery items, and the visitors who visit each year are all shocked by the quantity and quality of the collection. Don't ignore the bell tower next to the church! The clock tower has more than 300 steps and climbs up the steps to overlook the entire Munich city! The most prominent of these are the City Hall Clock Tower, the Old Town Hall Clock Tower, the Holy Spirit Cathedral Tower and the Tower of St. Peter's Basilica.
There is an observation deck at the steeple of the church. It is said that when the weather is fine, standing on the observation deck, you can see the beauty of the Alps. There are cello playing all year round outside the church. The level is very high!
St. Peter's Church is the oldest church in Munich, Germany It is named for the hill that it sits upon. Prior to the construction of the St. Peter's Church, a pre-Merovingian church, a 12th century Bavarian Romanesque church and a Gothic chapel all stood on the hill at some point. St. Peter's Church was finished in 1368 and in the early 17th century the 92 meter spire received a Renaissance steeple top and a new Baroque choir. The interior of the church is dominated by the impressive high altar. Visitors must climb 302 steps to reach the church but they are rewarded at the top with a great view of Munich and the Alps.