Cathedral in Munich
The Frauenkirche is Munich's Cathedral, and one of its oldest and most famous buildings. Located right in the city center, it is recognizable for its twin towers, 99 meters high, topped with onion-shaped domes.
The first detail that strikes the visitor is a foot-mark on the floor, just in front of the main entrance: the legend tells that it was made by the foot of the Devil, the story in fact says that the architect made a deal with the Devil for the construction of this cathedral.
There are very beautiful stained glass windows, although they are not the original ones because they were destroyed during the First World War,.
The cathedral is also a true relic of the Wittelsbach family, as in the right aisle there is the mausoleum of Emperor Ludwig IV the Bavarian, while behind the altar the crypt with the tombs of some members of the family are placed.