This is my very first competition and I’m very excited about it. First of all, I want to thank everyone who entered the game. I hope you enjoyed it and you were as excited about it as I am. Now I’m happy to announce that Robert Jones from the USA has won the contest “St. Peter’s Church in Munich”. Congratulations, Robert!
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About St. Peter’s Church in Munich
The first competition, the first postcard: So what’s on it? I thought for the first postcard I’m going to send out, it should be something that I did for the first time as well. You might know that I currently live in Munich. But this is not the city where I grew up. In 2014 I came to Munich for the first time, because of a job interview. And I’m glad I did because I fell in love with this city.
On that first day, I visited the city center with the two famous church towers that you can see from far away due to their heights. I walked the long shopping street called Neuhauser Street with plenty of trendy shops. And I stood on the big central square Marienplatz to see and hear the clock chime of the town hall. But the best part of it was the climb to the top of the St. Peter’s Church in Munich.
Just a few steps from the central square away, the St. Peter’s Church offers a breathtaking view over Munich from its small viewing platform. Without a lift, I climbed almost 300 old and narrow steps just to see that spectacular view. It was an amazing experience and a very special moment for me, too. Because this was the time that I decided to stay in Munich. If you like, read here more about the church and its history.
Monday through Friday: 9:00 am to 6:30 pm
Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 10:00 am to 6:30 pm
Closing: 7:00 pm
Monday through Friday: 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
Closing: 6:00 pm
Students (6-18 Jahre): 1€
Students (>18): 2€
Children under 6 years: free
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