The 103.2 metre high KölnTriangle is a landmark building with the KölnTriangle Panorama observation deck at a height of 100 metres, with breathtaking views over the city and the Rhine with its bridges and the Cathedral on the opposite bank.

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Across Cologne from East to West: from KölnTriangle

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Köln-Triangle, Cologne

The 103.2 metre high KölnTriangle is a landmark building with the KölnTriangle Panorama observation deck at a height of 100 metres, with breathtaking views over the city and the Rhine with its bridges and the Cathedral on the opposite bank..

The 103.2 metre high KölnTriangle is a landmark building with the KölnTriangle Panorama observation deck at a height of 100 metres, with breathtaking views over the city and the Rhine with its bridges and the Cathedral on the opposite bank.


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About Köln-Triangle

 Ottoplatz 1, Cologne, Germany

 +49 2234 9921-555

 [email protected]

 www.koelntrianglepanorama.de

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