A distinctive landmark in Munich, the Theatine Church is a model of Italian-inspired Baroque architecture. The distinctive dome was not completed until 1690 and stands at 71 meters in height.
The Theatine Church was modelled on the Sant'Andrea della Valle church in Rome and is now home to the tombs of King Maximilian II and his consort Queen Marie and a whole assortment of members of the Wittelsbach family.
Munich - Frauenkirche - The Frauenkirche in Munich seen from the tower of the Rathaus
Munich - Staatskanzlei - Detail of the exterior of the Staatskanzlei in Munich
Dachau - a visit to the concentration camp - Travelogue from a weekend trip to Dachau, Bavaria
Dachau - Schloss Dachau - Historical notes on Schloss Dachau near Münich, Germany
Glonn - grotto near the Bavarian village of Glonn - Grotto on the hill near Glonn in the Bavarian countryside
Day in Füssen - Travelogue from a weekend trip to Dachau, near Münich in Bavaria
Austria - recommended places to stay - Recommended hotels in Vienna, Salzburg and Bregenz
Salzburg / Bregenz - accomodation summary - Comments on our hotels during a trip to Bregenz and Salzburg
Salzburg - St Sebastiankirche - Brief notes on and about the St Sebastian Kirche in Salzburg
Austria - goals and achievements - Travel goals and achievements from various trips to Austria
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