Built in 1733 by the Asam brothers, this beautiful Baroque church was originally constructed to be a private place of worship, and was dedicated to St. Johann Nepomuk, thus giving its Christian name The St. Johann Nepomuk Church. We’re pretty thankful that they decided to open the doors to plebeians like us not too long after it opened because this tiny powerhouse of a cathedral is as beautiful as it is compact, measuring only 22 meters by 8 meters, and it contains some of the Asam brothers’ most famous work. Be sure to check out the fresco on the ceiling detailing the life of St. Johann Nepomunk. If you’re looking for one of the coziest cathedrals anywhere, hoping to grab a few stunning photos, or just looking for a little break from city noise, head into Asamkirche and add a whole lot of little to your Munich trip plan.
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