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Cathedral of St. Peter, photo, description (Bremer St. Petri Dom)

Cathedral of St. Peter was erected in the XI century it was Subsequently rebuilt several times. Two symmetrical 98-metre-high tower was restored in the late nineteenth century. Their height offers a magnificent view of the entire city. The building was severely damaged during the Second world war, but to date, it is fully restored.

Initially, the Cathedral was Catholic, and then Lutheran, which led to the mixture of styles in its interiors. The interior is decorated with bas-reliefs of Sandstone. In their seats in the gallery you can see scenes of the Passion and of the battle of Judah Maccabee. Of particular interest is the carved Baroque pulpit of 1638, with donations to the Swedish Queen Christina.

West and East crypt is the oldest part of the Church. Here you can see old sculpture of Christ 1050 and the Romanesque baptistery of the XII century with 38 bas-reliefs.