An architectural hodgepodge with an impressive view and an impressive skeleton in its closet (or case)
The church popularly known as Alter (Old) Peter has the distinction of being Munich's oldest church, dating back to the 12th century and expanded over the years so that in addition to its original Romanesque style it also has elements of Gothic, Renaissance, Rococo, and Baroque. As for its interior, items of note include the relics of the Roman martyr St. Munditia - a gilded, bejeweled skeleton, found in the second chapel on the left. A second is the view from its 91-metre (299-foot) tower, one of the best panoramas in town, where on a clear day you can see clear out to the Alps. One caveat: it's a 300-step climb.