The Metropolis of Germany held the Divine Liturgy at Propylaea, Munich, where the name of Patriarch Gregory V is written.
In Propylaea of Munich there are reliefs and sculptures celebrating the Greek War of Independence of 1821 and the establishment of the modern Greek State with King Otto.
In the interior of Propylaea there are the names of heroes of 1821 written in Greek, among them the name of Ethnomartyr Saint Gregory V, Patriarch of Constantinople, who was accosted by the Ottomans on April 10, 1821.
The Liturgy was officiated by Archim. Georgios Siomos, Protopresbyterian Apostolos Malamousis, Protopresbyterian Georgios Vletsis, and Presbyter-Oikonomos Ploutarchos Konstantinidis.