If you can, try to book a hotel in Munich close to the Church of St. Luke. Although this is a newer church, it is an excellent example of transitional architecture. This Evangelical structure provides you with a glimpse of neo-Gothic interior within a Romanesque exterior. Staying in a budget hotel near the Church of St. Luke in Munich also allows you time to explore the attractions and beauty of the Old Town. This includes the river Isar and the church itself.
The Evangelical church of St. Luke was constructed between 1893 and 1896. It features an impressive dome. This imposing octagonal structure was finished in 1896, and inside, it stands marked by 4 free-standing pillars. This is all part of an interior decor rich in color and design. The high altar has a painting by Gustav Adolf Goldberg. The Rose Windows are new, from 2005-2006, but executed to a recently discovered design of Mayer’scher Hofkunstandt. Found in the archives, these are the drawings by the same designer responsible for the original stained glass windows. These were destroyed in an air raid in 1946. Be sure to note the profusion of Evangelical figures and their symbols. Everywhere from door knobs to dome you can see Matthew, Mark, Luke and John and their symbolic representations: man, lion, bull and eagle.
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