Dreifaltigkeitskirche (Trinity Church) is a Bavarian Baroque style church within central Munich.

The church was build based on a vision by Anna Maria Lindmayr, who foresaw that Munich would be saved from destruction at the hands of the Austrians (during the war of the Spanish succession) — but only, if the city would build a church dedicated to the holy trinity.

To act on this vision, a church, designed by Giovanni Antonio Viscardi in Bavarian Baroque style, was build from 1711-1718.

Dreifaltigkeitskirche in Munich Germany

PHOTO: Trinity Church, as seen from Pacellistrasse.

Dreifaltigkeitskirche Munich Germany

PHOTO: Latin text on the medallion above the church entrance reads: “Deotrino Condidere Voto Tresboicistatus M.DCCXIV”, a reference to the building being a votive (A gift of gratitude) to god.

Trinity Church – Munich

Address: Pacellistrasse 6, 80333 Munich, Germany
Official website: Karmeliten-Muenchen.de

Today, the building is primarily used as an abbey church to the Catholic Carmelites.

Inside, you’ll find several significant religious artworks, from masters such as…

  • Cosmas Damian Asam (responsible for the altar frescoes),
  • Joseph Ruffini,
  • Andreas Faistenberger,
  • Johann Baptist Straub, and
  • Johann Georg Baader.