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Dom Zu Meissen (Meissen Cathedral), Meissen
(4.1/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Originally constructed between the 13th and 15th centuries, Dom Zu Meissen (Meissen Cathedral) represents one of the finest examples of pure Gothic architecture in all of Germany. Marvel at the church's ornate towers, complete with intricate spires and flourishes, whose dark color starkly contrasts with the surrounding buildings. Explore the cathedral's interior, with its impressive vaulted ceilings and massive stone columns, a staple of the structure since medieval times. Don't miss the sweeping view over the rooftops of the nearby town. Be sure to check the website for information regarding tours, concerts, and religious services. Plan to visit Dom Zu Meissen (Meissen Cathedral) and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Meissen attractions using our Meissen holiday planner.
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  • Beautiful Cathedral, towering and majestic columns, 1400 and stained-glass Windows to enter isi pay a ticket matched at the Castle, it's worth it, even so bare exudes a feeling of living history. Thankfully it has been damaged during the war
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  • to get there take the lift rack, Cathedral pure Gothic of rather austere appearance with its dark stones, no luck so far here it was closed, but we were able to visit the adjoining cloister, a marvel, many tombstones of the middle age adorn the walls, tiny and very intimate
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  • The Cathedral is very good, 4 euro for adult admission prices are justified. You can see a lot and even prayers (are templates) or Lebenslichter light.
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