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The city was annexed after a hard fight and up to 1/2 million ethic German were extradited elsewhere.
The city was originally called Konigsberg (literally meaning "the King's Mount". But after the takeover by Russians in may 1945, lots of efforts were devised to de-germanize...More
One of our favorite places in Kaliningrad. The cathedral is beautiful and impressive we went there several times and each time stood in awe at the sight. A gorgeous gothic style cathedral with a big park next to it where people can sit, sip on...More
Very interesting architecture of this cathertal I admired In december In snowy day. The cathedral is one of reconstected buildings after II WW, now museum with tickets and the concert hall. One the left side of the building you can find the grave of philosopher...More
Cathedral of Our Lady and Saint. Wojciech in Kaliningrad is one of the few buildings in Kaliningrad that survived the Second World War. The cathedral now serves as the museum of Immanuel Kant and the place of concerts. From the outside, the cathedral looks great,...More