This is a relatively old church, mainly with a long history and many church members, so it is very lively, the church is very luxuriously built, the decoration inside is very beautiful, very your big brother.
The white facade of St. Michele's Church, the bronze gates are beautiful. We were there at Mass, and the believers and their devout devotions, dripping a few drops of holy water, crossing their breasts and singing the hymns together.
The view of this church is also quite good, also is a small church, you are in the old town of the core churches, the visit here is not very full, there are more things to see outside, a lot of historical art inside did not see.
Munich is known for October Fest and its droves of Beer Halls and Beer Gardens – and its incredible architecture. Michael’s Church is something special among world-class wonders. Its barrel vaulting rivals Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome. No church tower – unique in Munich, and final resting place of King Ludwig II.
The church decoration is in the form of Italian Renaissance. In 18 meters high hall, spacious and bright, the ceiling suspension has seven big droplight, rear sets altar, with the dome of icon paintings, is a solemn and beautiful. For christians, one thousand people, is a work of art Christian architecture.
the epitome of extravagance and Catholic devotion
St Mie'er Church is a historic place to visit!
St. Peter’s Church is as beautiful as many historic churches, and we really like to climb to the top of the mountain to enjoy the view of the city. The climb is very steep, and there are many road structures that are very high, but once you reach the top of the mountain, you can walk freely outside and overlook the city.