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I liked the Cathedral. Much of Kaliningrad centre has changed since WW2. Konigsberg was heavily bombed in 1944-45 and most buildings were ruined shells at the end of the war. Certain original features still remain. The Cathedral has the only Orthodox and Lutheran chapels, existing...More
14th century Gothic style cathedral set in a lovely part of town, so enjoy the walk in the park and take the time. You will need to pay to see the cathedral. On the back corner of the Cathedral is Kant's grave. During the WW2...More
I had the luck to catch a Bach concert on a Saturday noon and hear the wonderful & unique organ - one of Europe's largest!
A Cathedral - museum, with two churches - a Catholic to the right, and an Orthodox to the left of...More
Beautiful cathedral in a nice green park
It is very big and can be seen from far away.
A nice place to stroll around for a few hours.
Payment for entering the cathedral and going up to the top is separate. You will need to...More
Definitely recommend going over to the fishing village and visiting Konigsberg Cathedral. Not only the building is beautifully restored to its' original look, but you can also see the beauty of it inside. While outside, visit Kant's Grave, and a couple of other monuments.