Munich’s largest church, completed in the late 15th century, was a pile of smoldering rubble at the end of World War II, with only its landmark twin onion-domed towers from 1525 remained standing. The painstakingly rebuilt Gothic church is strikingly simple and dignified, and the view from the tower is spectacular.
Frauenkirche (Cathedral of Our Lady)
Frauenplatz (near the Rathaus) 1
Our Rating Neighborhood The Altstadt Hours Church daily 7am–8:30pm; tower Apr–Oct daily 10am–5pm Transportation U-/S-Bahn: Marienplatz Phone 089/2900820 Prices Free admission to church; tower 3€ adults, 1.50€ children Web site Frauenkirche (Cathedral of Our Lady)
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