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The Bayenturm was built on the banks of the Rhine in the 12th century as a strategic part of the medieval fortifications.
The Bayenturm was built on the banks of the Rhine in the 12th century as a strategic part of the medieval fortifications. Partly destroyed in World War II bombings, it was rebuilt again after the war. Today it houses the FrauenMediaTurm, a collection of 8,000 images and 74,000 text documents on the history of the women's emancipation movement and its consequences.
Am Bayenturm 2, 50678 Köln, Germany
+49 221 9318810
The Bürgerhaus Stollwerck is a theatre and event centre housed in the red brick building of the former post office built in 1906
The Basilica of St
The Severinstorburg is one of the remaining gates of the medieval city walls of Cologne
The Malakoff Tower is a guard tower on the banks of the Rhine River in Cologne, built in 1855 as part of the Prussian defences in the city
The Kartäuserkirche (Charterhouse Church) belonged to the local charterhouse (a monastery of the Carthusian order) from its founding in 1334 until 1794
St Gregorius im Elend is a Neo-Baroque church from the 18th century that was destroyed in World War II and rebuilt in the 1960s
The Senfmuseum in Cologne is dedicated to mustard and the various culinary uses of the condiment
The Trinitatiskirche is a 19th century evangelical Protestant church that hosts art exhibitions and cultural presentations, apart from the regular religious services