Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Brno

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The Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul is a cathedral situated in Brno, Czech Republic. The cathedral was originally built in the 14th century but it has been added to over the years, its towers were added in 1904-5. The cathedral is known for its stunning architecture, inside the cathedral is Baroque while its towers are of a Gothic Revival style. The bells of the cathedral are rung daily at 11 am, this is due to a local legend that said that invading Swedes said they would call off their siege at Midday if they had not taken the city, therefore the bells were rung early and the Swedes left empty-handed.

Getting there

The cathedral is situated on Petrov Hill in the city. It is a short walk away from the main transport hub of the city ‘Brno hlavní nádraží’ which is served by train and bus services.

Opening Times and Admission

The cathedral is open daily to visitors, 8.15am-6.30pm. There is a small fee to go up its towers.

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