Citizens Hall Church

Munich, Germany | C.1710

Photo Credit: Abdullah Çetinkaya

Built in the early 1700s, Citizen’s Hall Church, otherwise known as Bürgersaalkirche, is a Jesuit building that doesn’t quite appear to be a church from its facade. The building was anointed as a house of worship almost a century after being built, and inside there is not one, but TWO churches – an upper and lower. Originally a printing center for the congregation, the lower church is a bit more simple than its upper church counterpart which remains decked out with intricate Baroque detailing and a ceiling fresco.

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