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Pecs, cathedral

The towers of the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul in Pecs rise above the city and can be seen from far away.
Its Romanesque gloom is lightened by the snow-clean whiteness of the southern facade. It is a special building, an emblem of the 1000 year continuity of Hungarians and a symbol of the continuous fight for Christianity and persistence. It was given the title 'Basilica Minor' by Pope John Paul II. during his visit to Pécs. The construction of the two-tower, three-nave Basilica started after the decay of a former church at easter, 1064
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