Frauenkirche, Munich, Germany

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The Frauenkirche, or Cathedral of Our Lady, is an architectural landmark of Munich. It was built 1468-1488 and designed by Joerg von Halspach. The cathedral was originally built in a Gothic style, however, it was badly damaged during World War II. The reconstructed portions of the structure were not always true to that style. This view is looking up the front towers from street entrance. The Frauenkirche is located across the street from the Asamkirche. Keywords: Germany, Bavaria, Oberbayern. Submitted by Bradford P. Collett.
Gothic (1200 - 1350 CE)
15th Century (1400 - 1499 CE)