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The Baroque church of the Holy Trinity is one of the few historic buildings in the city that avoided bomb damage in World War II. The church was built as a votive gift from the city’s aristocracy and clergy in the hope of averting the dangers threatened by the War of the Spanish Succession (1702–14). The foundation stone was laid in 1711 and the church was consecrated seven years later. The royal architect, Giovanni Antonio Viscardi, assisted by Enrico Zucalli and Johann Georg Ettenhofer, created a building that is one of the most beautiful examples of Italian Baroque in Munich. The church’s original features ...

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