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The Wolkenburg is a historic Baroque estate built in 1734 for a Benedictine monastery.
The Wolkenburg is a historic Baroque estate built in 1734 for a Benedictine monastery. Destroyed in World War II bombings, it was rebuilt by the men's choral society (KMGV) in the 1950s and functions as an event centre today.
Mauritiussteinweg 59, 50676 Köln, Germany
+49 221 9213260
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