St. Matthew’s Munich

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The Bavarian King chose Catholic, and so Munich is Catholic to this day. Inside the old city walls there were no Protestant Churches allowed. So, just outside the old city walls, on the four sides of the city, are St. … Continued


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A short 40-minute ride on the S8 Bahn out of Munich gets you to Seefeld-Hechendorf, gateway to the Benedictine monastery in Andechs that has been brewing beer for over 500 years. The landscapes were gorgeous on the ride. (Just don’t … Continued


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Munich was founded in 1158, when the Duke built a bridge across the Isar next to a settlement of Benedictine monks along he Old Salt Route. After going faster than I’ve ever gone on land, we arrived in Munich. Our … Continued

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