Konigsberg Cathedral was built in the 14th century, and partly rebuilt during the 1990s, following damage during WW II. It's located in Kaliningrad (formerly Konigsberg) in western Russia and is known for its striking Gothic style façade.
Inside, there are four bells as well as some restored stained glass windows, and the cathedral hosts a program of concerts. It's also known for being the final resting place of the influential philosopher Kant, with a small museum focusing on his life and work.
Today, the cathedral sits in a park on an island in the River Pregel, a peaceful retreat from the largely modern city of Konigsberg.