The northern part of the Ludwigstrasse between Professor-Huber-Platz and Walter-Klingenbeck-Weg is dominated by the Ludwigskirche (Catholic Parish and University Church St. Louis) and its associated buildings. The Ludwigstrasse is an important street leading north into the Maxvorstadt, starting on the Odeonsplatz in Munichs’ old town. We can see (starting from left) the Herzogliche Georgianum München, the catholic pastorate St. Ludwig, the Ludwigskirche and the state building inspection office munich. Opposite the Ludwigskirche the Ludwigs-Maximilians-University Munich is situated. The whole street has been photographed, but not finnished as a panorama yet. The next building to the right is the bavarian state library, which has been finnished meanwhile as well.
The Ludwigskirche was built after plans of the architect Friedrich von Gärtner between 1829 and 1844 and is regarded the first monumental church building in the Rundbogenstil. Heavily damaged in the second world war it was reerrected afterwards and once more restorated between 2007 and 2010, also getting its original mosaic roof back.
Further Munich street views currently in preparation are previewed in our Munich architecture article.
There are more Munich streets we photographed in our archive, which you can find by yellow markers on our worldmap. In case you are interested in us creating a streetline montage for one of these streets please contact us.