Mainz Cathedral

Above the roofs of the houses in the old town of Mainz rises the six towers of St. Martin’s Cathedral (German: Mainzer Dom) that represents the highest point of Romanesque cathedral architecture in Germany. The Cathedral of Mainz dates from 975 AD but was continually rebuilt and restored, reaching its present form mainly in the 13th and 14th centuries.

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