The Archcathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul in Poznań is the oldest church in Poland – dating back to the 10th century. Throughout the history the church was rebuilt and restored multiple times and possibly in all styles. With restoration works in the 1950’s led by Franciszek Morawski the church received its original Gothic look of the 15th century building with the exception of Classical tented roofs on both steeples. Poznań Cathedral is a burial place of some of the first Polish kings and quite possibly of the first ruler of Poland Mieszko I as well.
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