The Bürgersaalkirche which translates to 'Citizen's Hall Church' is the work of Giovanni Antonio Viscardi, an architect that lived and worked in and around Munich at the beginning of the eightteenth century.
After the building has been built from 1709-1710 it was not a church. It was consecrated in 1783 and is used as a church since then. It was heavily damaged in 1944 and had to be rebuilt almost completely.
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