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Unfortunately, we didn’t hear the organ play, but it is said that a visit is definitely worth the trip if it is being played. The cathedral is in Dome Square, the largest square. It goes back to 1211, when it was built as Bishop Alberts...More
Big church in the center of the city. The most impressive item inside is the organ, once the biggest in the world and beautifully restored. We attended a midday organ concert (approx 30 minutes) and enjoyed the range of sounds it can produce.
The first time I tried to get in here I was told that I had to also buy a ticket for the organ recital that was about to start - it was not possible to just see the cathedral. Organ is not my thing, and...More
We hoped to catch the daily organ recital but it is not offered on Sundays except to people who have signed up for a private tour (such as a cruise ship shore excursion) which includes a pre-arranged short concert. If we'd known, we'd have signed...More
The cathedral is quite large and imposing, but is beautiful and interesting to see. There is a WC in the basement that is nicely clean. There is a ton of history packed into the cathedral itself, however the cloisters adjacent were packed with architectural and...More