The Theatine Church built to honor saint Kajetan, was constructed between 1663 and 1690 in an Italian Baroque style. The Theatine Church is one of Munich’s most recognized historical places and while it is still and active Parish, visitors are welcome and come through to see the church in abundance. Like many buildings in Germany, the church was bombed during WWII and had to undergo extensive reconstruction. While visiting the church, don’t forget to view the crypt where the tombs of many famous royal and political figures now lie—including many members of the Wittelsbach family.
*hours listed reflect the hours for the crypt. The church itself is opened year round.
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