Take a tour of Bremen's St. Peter Cathedral in Bremen, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
Two tall, blue-roofed towers mark the impressive St. Peter's Cathedral of Bremen, Germany.
There has been a church in this location since 789, two in fact, before the current one was constructed.
The original St. Peter's Cathedral, built in 1042, bears slight resemblance to its modern shape.
It was smaller, shorter, more plain, and was built in Romanesque style contrasting its modern elaborate Gothic architecture.
The changes spanned many years, the most recent remodeling being in the 19th century.
Each change was an improvement, culminating in the glorious cathedral seen today.