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St. Kunibert's Church is a Romanesque church consecrated in 1247 that is noted for its rich furnishings, high altar, and stained glass windows..
St. Kunibert's Church is a Romanesque church consecrated in 1247 that is noted for its rich furnishings, high altar, and stained glass windows.
Kunibertsklostergasse 2, 50668 Köln, Germany
+49 221 121214
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