Rebuilt at the end of the 12C, this church has five naves and became a Lutheran church in 1529, then a Protestant cathedral. It contains the famous mausoleum of Marshal Saxe, a masterpiece by the 18C artist Jean-Baptiste Pigalle. The church also has a copy of the Sielbermann organ keyboard used by Mozart and then Albert Schweitzer.
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