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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..
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 Basilica of St
The Dreikönigenpförtchen is a hidden 'immunity portal' that leads to the St
The Trinitatiskirche is a 19th century evangelical Protestant church that hosts art exhibitions and cultural presentations, apart from the regular religious services
Built around 1230 AD for the wealthy Overstolz family, the Overstolzenhaus is one of the oldest extant houses in Cologne
The Severinstorburg is one of the remaining gates of the medieval city walls of Cologne
The Senfmuseum in Cologne is dedicated to mustard and the various culinary uses of the condiment
The Kartäuserkirche (Charterhouse Church) belonged to the local charterhouse (a monastery of the Carthusian order) from its founding in 1334 until 1794