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All reviews at noon amazing architecture large square lovely city big church makes you feel lovely market buried here entrance hall beautiful building worth a visit free entry second world war saturday morning city centre fruit clock
Stop to say some prayers and admired the impressive design of this church and to take some pictures. I did not stay that lo g as I wish but overall I had a good experience.
Don't forget to pay for the candle.
The astronomical clock and organ were the highlights of the cathedral, It appears most of the stainless was destroyed during WWII. Very large but pretty stark, most explanations in Germanwith no translations.
The big Paulus Dom is very impressive and beautifull.
It is most Romanesq in structure and the first parts are very old.
There are very nice ornaments.
When we stepped outside in a garden all priests has been buried here.
This building tells you stories and European history from several centuries. The building is very impressive. There is a astronomical clock in the church. It's worth visiting the church at noon as the clock plays the old hymn.
The cathedral is in the city center. On Saturdays and Wednesdays there is a fair selling fresh fruits and vegetables just in front of the Cathedral, so maybe you can plan your visit. The cathedral has also a garden, nice to visit. Ahh just remember...More
This cathedral is a must-see. I've seen and visited a lot of cathedrals. This is one of the more interesting, not least beacuse the scientific watch. I participated in the messe, which was quite interesting, too
This Cathedral was heavily damaged during ww2 and has been lovingly and expertly restored to it's original glory. There is a plaque that is in memory to the destruction of Coventry Cathedral as you walk in the main entrance.
One thing I was not impressed...More