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The Basilica of St. Severin is one of the oldest Christian foundations in Cologne, a 4th century Romanesque basilica dedicated to St Severin.
The Basilica of St. Severin is one of the oldest Christian foundations in Cologne, a 4th century Romanesque basilica dedicated to St Severin. The Gothic building is noted for its 14th century forked crucifix and late-Gothic glass paintings in the nave.
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