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Mainz Cathedral – one of the"imperial cathedrals", the bishop's cathedral in the city of Mainz. It is a three-aisled basilica with columns in Romanesque style with Gothic and Baroque elements. The highest tower of the cathedral, the western one, reaches 83 meters. Presumably, the construction of the cathedral began at the end of the 10th century, later restoration and restoration work was carried out, various buildings and fragments of buildings were completed. Several kings were crowned here in the Middle Ages. The largest celebration of that era took place here: the knighting of the sons of Frederick I Barbarossa in 1184.
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Topic: Mainz Cathedral in Germany.