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Devil's footprint in Munich's Church of Our Lady
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According to an old Munich legend, at this point, the devil has stamped so firmly on the floor of the Church of Our Lady, that his footprint is preserved until today. Regarding the reason why he was so angry there is conflicting information. Apparently this had to do something with the stained glass windows, which at the time could not be seen from this point.

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