The cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Paderborn, located in the city centre of Paderborn, Germany. The cathedral has a rather distinctive turquoise roof making it a well known piece of architecture.
Mainly of the 13th century the cathedral is a hall church with three main aisles reaching the roof. In the crypt are the relics of Saint Liborius.
Both the cathedral and the city have great history, the name of the city comes from the river Pader, which is actually the shortest river in Germany.