MUNICH TRAVELOGUE – LAST PICTURES OF DAY 2

by Antonio Gil February. 08, 2021 395 views

Teatinerkirche, also known as the Church of St. Kajetan, is a Catholic Church, which was a Palace, Cathedral, and Church of the order of Theatines.

The Church was established in gratitude for the birth of the long-awaited heir to the Bavarian crown, Prince max Emanuel in 1662.

The initial sample for Theatinerkirche was the main theatines the Church of Sant'andrea della Valle in Rome.

The first stone of the Shrine was laid in 1663. Finally the Church was completed only in 1768.

The Church had an adjacent monastery. Together the Church and cloister formed a large quadrangle.

The Church was built in Italian high Baroque, was the first Church of its kind in Bavaria and it became the model for other Church buildings of high Baroque in Bavaria.

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The interior of the Church features bright colors and is richly decorated with stucco in the Baroque and Rococo style

The interior of the Church features bright colors and is richly decorated with stucco in the Baroque and Rococo style

Hofgarten - The garden was built in the style of Italian Renaissance garden. In the center of the garden is a pavilion for the goddess Diana. – Teresa's picture

Hofgarten - The garden was built in the style of Italian Renaissance garden. In the center of the garden is a pavilion for the goddess Diana. – Teresa's picture

♫♫ Magnificat secondo a 4 (Ausschnitt) - Claudio Monteverdi - Vokalkapelle der Theatinerkirche München ♫♫

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José Manuel 3 months, 3 weeks ago

Belos edificios, praças e jardins. Bom trabalho. +1
JM

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Antonio Gil Replied to José Manuel 3 months, 3 weeks ago

Isto é a velha Alemanha. Abraço

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Piotr Buraczewski 4 months ago

Awesome architecture and the riches od Bavaria.

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Antonio Gil Replied to Piotr Buraczewski 4 months ago

Thank you my friend

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Jay Boggess 4 months ago

Another wonderful series, 
Amigo! 
I love that bicycle! 
Such an ornate church with such well captured details. 
Love the music video, as well!
grinning

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Antonio Gil Replied to Jay Boggess 4 months ago

Thank you Jay. Next ones will be less joyful, but I hope you like them too.

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Jay Boggess Replied to Antonio Gil 3 months, 4 weeks ago

I'm sure I will~smile

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Colin Massey 4 months ago

Absolutely stunning set of photos , could look at them all day long

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Antonio Gil Replied to Colin Massey 4 months ago

Thank you for such a cool comment Colin

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Colin Massey 4 months ago

#3 that ceiling is beyond amazing, would love to see it for real

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Antonio Gil Replied to Colin Massey 4 months ago

It's a neck breaker indeed. 😊

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Camellia Staab 4 months ago

You have  brought the beauty of this church to us with your captures, especially #, #2, & #3. I can see why it took forever to finish this place. The amount of work that was put into each design, outstanding. You did pick a very chilling video to go along. Nice combination.

Btw that is a neat bicycle, don't think I've seen a wooden one.

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Antonio Gil Replied to Camellia Staab 4 months ago

Thank you so much for your pleasant comment my friend.  First time I saw such a bicycle too 😊

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