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Ostrow Tumski 17, Poznan 61-120, Poland
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Reviewed 6 July 2014

modern building although rebuilt on an old site - free admission. seating area outside. 10minute walk from old town Poznan.

Thank anne h
Reviewed 5 July 2014

What I would recommend is to go there around sunset, when there's barely any people around. By looking up and slowly walking towards it across the square in front of it, you can grasp the feeling of how huge and monumental this cathedral is. It...More

Thank thsubra
Reviewed 13 June 2014

My second favourite place to show people visiting Poznan (after the Old Market). Amazing architecture and a definitely must see while visiting the city. Has a special atmosphere of the past that you will explore if you open for a little bit of history and...More

1  Thank Aga B
Reviewed 10 June 2014

On the weekend we visited this was a popular destinations for the locals because it consists not just of the cathedral (interesting) but a precinct of other historic places. There is a new visitor centre over the river, but as of May 2014 it did...More

Thank TheRoadLeast
Reviewed 14 November 2013

For me after the Katedral in Krakow, is so small. But is very interesting. Tipical Polish Style, this katedral is a little bit "far" from the Stare Miasto. However you can go walk from Stare Miasto to there and go to Malta Lake. Is a...More

2  Thank AndrePisco27
Reviewed 25 April 2013

Very fabulous place. Silence and solitude completely surrounds you here and you've got a good chance to think about God's greatness.

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Reviewed 10 April 2013

Externally quite interesting, with the nice twin towers, but internally awful. I love cathedrals and have visited more than my long suffering wife can remember, but we walked and 2 minutes later we were out. There are much better churches in Poznan to visit. Visit...More

1  Thank NeilandBarbara
Reviewed 24 February 2013

Steeped in history this gothic cathedral dates back to 983. This is the first Cathedral of Poland which makes Poznan the first capital of Poland, followed by Krakow and now Warsaw. Beautiful stained glass windows and very ornate sacristy. Definitely a must for any visitor...More

2  Thank Yvonka W
Reviewed 7 January 2013

Much of the early history of Poland can be found in and around this cathedral, located across a bridge within walking distance from the stary rynek. Was rebuilt after the devastation from WWII, but retains its medieval mystique. Many of Poland's most notable and historic...More

2  Thank mayortony
Reviewed 21 October 2012

The cathedral is beautiful of course, and the history is interesting. But be sure take some time and walk around the area. The "love bridge" with all the locks on it is interesting and cute.

1  Thank Charlene K
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