The Augustinian Church (German: Augustinerkirche), also called the Augustinian Abbey (Augustinerkloster) or Abbey Church of St John the Baptist and John the Evangelist (Klosterkirche St. Johannes der Täufer und Johannes der Evangelist) is a former church in Munich, southern Germany. Constructed during the 13th century and expanded during the next two centuries, it was the Abbey Church of the Augustinian hermits in the city.
The basilica was originally in the Gothic style. It was remodeled to Baroque style from 1618-21 by Veit Schmidt, using plans created by Hans Krumpper. The church belonged for many years to the Augustinian monastery. The monastery building is now used as the offices of the police headquarters in Munich.
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