A charming aspect of Munich during warm days is the abundance of cafes, restaurants and bars offering sidewalk seating. The food and drinks are as delightful as the ambiance. These folks are socializing on Frauenplatz, a narrow street named after the late-15th century landmark in the background. Frauenkirche is the Catholic cathedral for the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising. The twin brick towers rise an impressive 325 feet. Inside each belfry are ten bells. The largest in the north tower was cast in 1490. Susanna weighs over 8.8 tons. After your lunch and beer, make time to walk inside the Cathedral of Our Dear Lady.