View from St. Peter's Church 2
St. Peter's Church
St. Peter's Church is the oldest church in Munich and stands near Marienplatz, the center of Munich's old town. The 92-meter-high tower, affectionately called "old Peter" by the locals, is the most popular sightseeing spot in the old town with a magnificent view. The interior of the church is also wonderful, with a bright and holy atmosphere based on white tones, where you can spend quiet time beside the pious believers.
Munich, the capital of Bavaria in southern Germany, has developed as a commercial city since the 12th century, and the old town in the center of the city is lined with various historical buildings such as the palace of the Wittelsbach family, which ruled the area for a long time, and the neo-Gothic style City Hall, which tells of its prosperity. The Hofbräuhaus, founded in 1589, and other historic beer halls are also a unique experience in this area.