Dom St Petri
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Dom St Petri information
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Bremen’s Dom St Petri is situated on the northeastern side of Markt. Construction began in 1041 in the style of an early Gothic basilica on the site of Bremen’s original wooden cathedral that was located here in the late 8th century. Today’s stone incarnation was given ribbed vaulting inside, chapels and its two high towers in the 13th century. For views over Bremen, climb the 265 steps to the top of the southern tower.