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This architectural style flowered in Europe (especially in northern France) between the 13th and 16th centuries, and because of the many communal activities that were needed for BAROQUE, NEOCLASSICISM, AND ROMANTIC Baroque style, an Italian import whose influence in Germany began around 1660 and continued into the 18th century, brought a different kind of renaissance to Germany. The baroque swept southern Germany, especially Munich and Bavaria, permeating hundreds of Alpine villages with the reassuring form of onionshaped domes thrusting skyward between snow-capped peaks.
When he died in 1864, the administration of many of his programs was continued by what had developed into a massive governmental bureaucracy. The new king, Ludwig II, unfortunately, was not so beneficial to Bavaria. ROMANTIC BAVARIA & THE DREAM KING Rarely has the king of a nation so 25 MUNICH IN DEPTH 2 LO O K I N G B AC K AT M U N I C H despised the citizens of his capital city as Ludwig II did the Münchners. Trouble began shortly after the new king ascended the Bavarian throne in 1864 at the age of 18.
Architectural forms no longer followed regular patterns, as individual artists and craftsmen were 31 2 MUNICH ART & ARCHITECTURE reject Italian and most baroque influences as being too closely tied to the Catholic sensibility. That was the exact opposite of the situation with Munich and most of the rest of southern Germany, where baroque motifs inspired directly by Italy ran rampant in a city that defined itself as the capital of the Counter-Reformation. The movement’s most spectacular example of CounterReformation zeal appears in the form of the massive St.