The Praetorium is an archaeological site with the ruins of the ancient Praetorium, the official residence of the Imperial Governor of Cologne which was then the capital city of the Roman province of Lower Germania

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Praetorium, Cologne

The Praetorium is an archaeological site with the ruins of the ancient Praetorium, the official residence of the Imperial Governor of Cologne which was then the capital city of the Roman province of Lower Germania.

The Praetorium is an archaeological site with the ruins of the ancient Praetorium, the official residence of the Imperial Governor of Cologne which was then the capital city of the Roman province of Lower Germania. Excavated finds include pottery, monumental sculptures, stone inscriptions, ceramics, paintings and mosaics. It also has relics of the medieval Jewish community.


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About Praetorium

 Kleine Budengasse 2, 50667 Köln, Germany

 +49 221 22122394

 www.museenkoeln.de

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