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  1. First of all, what was answered below is nonsense, I'm sorry. The cathedral was not smashed to smithereens, it was even quite safely restored in the 90s and is now functioning. Yes, and the grave itself was damaged during the war, albeit not so significantly. And about the life of I. Kant, I advise you to watch the doc. film “The Private Life of Immanuel Kant”, where wonderful philosophers A. Kruglov, V. Povilaitis, V. Chaly and others talk about him. (the film is available on YouTube)

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