EMBLEMATIC: Munich just wouldn't be Munich
without the Frauenkirche! Photo by th0mi.
A symbol of the Devil lurks within Munich’s greatest church.
This cathedral’s two onion-domed towers are so much a part of Munich’s image that they’ve become the symbol of the city.
In fact, no building is allowed to be built higher than their 99m for fear of ruining the city's skyline.
TWILIGHT: The cathederal
looks great at night. Photo by Jametiks
Location: Frauenplatz 1
Phone: 089 2 90 08 20
Open: The south tower is open to climb May to October, Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm.
Cost: Entrance to the south tower: €2
Directions: Take any S-Bahn or U-Bahn 3 or 6 to Marienplatz, scan around when you emerge from the tube, and head for those soaring domes!
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