An important landmark in the Polish city of Wroclaw since the 13th century, Wroclaw Cathedral is the seat of the city's Roman Catholic Archdiocese.
It's known for having Poland's largest pipe organ and its elaborate Medieval gateway, as well as its distinctive twin spires. An elevator or stairs takes you to the top of one of them for a sweeping view over the city and its many Medieval buildings.
The interior is known for its rich Gothic appearance and for its 16th century altarpiece depicting a sleeping Virgin Mary.
The cathedral is located in the heart of Wroclaw, close to many hotels, shops and other sights.