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Kartäuserkirche, Cologne

The Kartäuserkirche (Charterhouse Church) belonged to the local charterhouse (a monastery of the Carthusian order) from its founding in 1334 until 1794.

The Kartäuserkirche (Charterhouse Church) belonged to the local charterhouse (a monastery of the Carthusian order) from its founding in 1334 until 1794. Rebuilt after its destruction in World War II, it now belongs to the Protestant congregation of Cologne.


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About Kartäuserkirche

 Cologne, Germany

Kartäuserkirche and Nearby Sights on Map

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