St. Luke's Church

Local nameSt. Lukas
LocationLehel, Bavaria, Deutschland

St. Luke's Church is the largest Protestant church in Munich, southern Germany. It was built in 1893–96, and designed by Albert Schmidt. It is the only pre-World War II Lutheran parish church building remaining in the historic section of central Munich.

St. Luke's is located on the banks of the Isar, between the Steinsdorfstraße and Mariannenplatz. The address of the grounds is on Mariannenplatz, while the main entrance is on the Steinsdorfstraße. The two eastern bell towers and the almost 64-meter high dome are prominent features. Although the large church is nicknamed Dom der Münchner Protestanten, St. Luke's is not a seat of a bishop.

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Official Website


Phone +49 89 2126860

Address 4 Mariannenplatz, München 80538, Germany

Coordinates 48°8'6.757" N 11°35'14.486" E

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