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Oct 25 2013

The Big, Yellow… Church in Munich

During my few short hours in Munich, I tried to see as much as I could.  One building that literally stopped me in my tracks was this yellow church, which is the focus of this week’s Foto Friday.

Big, Yellow Church in Munich

I think it’s impossible to miss because it is a massive, bright yellow building.  It really stands out.

I had no idea what this imposing building actually was when I first saw it but it’s the Theatine Church of St. Cajetan.  It’s a baroque-style church, built in the 17th century, and its interior does not disappoint.  As you can probably tell, this church is huge.  Its towers are 66 metres high.

Location

This is where the church is located…

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Teresa Keane

Teresa has been to almost 60 countries. She started travelling independently at the age of 38 when she gave up her job, rented out her house, put her possessions in storage and spent a year travelling the world. It changed her life. She now creates, publishes, & promotes online travel content and is an experienced freelance trainer & EFL teacher.

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