The Roman Catholic Bamberg cathedral of St. Peter and St. George lies on a hill overlooking Bamberg and is its most significant landmark. The cathedral is a late Romanesque building with four imposing towers. Initially built in 1012 by emperor Henry II it was destroyed two times by a fire. The current structure dates back to 1237.
01 Cathedral towers 02 Alley with view of cathedral 03 Cathedral towers 04 Cathedral towers 05 Bell tower 06 Portal
07 Statue 08 Portal detail 09 Rear view with towers 10 Rear view with towers 11 Nave 12 Statues on bas-reliefs
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