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St. Stephen's Cathedral (Passau) is a baroque cathedral in the German city of Passau. Built in 1668-1693 Churches have been built on this site since the VIII century, but they all somehow ceased to exist. The latter, for example, was destroyed by fire in 1662. Fragments of early buildings and Gothic details remain behind today's cathedral. This cathedral is especially noteworthy as it houses one of the largest church organs in Europe and the world.
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Topic: St. Stephen's Cathedral (Passau) in Germany.