68 Sights in Cologne, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Cologne, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 68 sights are available in Cologne, Germany.

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1. Kölner Dom

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Cologne Cathedral is a Catholic cathedral in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Cologne and of the administration of the Archdiocese of Cologne. It is a renowned monument of German Catholicism and Gothic architecture and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1996. It is Germany's most visited landmark, attracting an average of 20,000 people a day. At 157 m (515 ft), the cathedral is the tallest twin-spired church in the world, the second tallest church in Europe after Ulm Minster, and the third tallest church of any kind in the world. It is the largest Gothic church in Northern Europe and has the second-tallest spires. The towers for its two huge spires give the cathedral the largest façade of any church in the world. The choir has the largest height-to-width ratio, 3.6:1, of any medieval church.

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2. Museum Schnütgen

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The Schnütgen Museum in Cologne is devoted to Christian religious art, mainly medieval, but some parts of the collection, such as its textiles and prints, extend from antiquity to the modern period. In 1906, the collection of Alexander Schnütgen was donated to the city, and the collection has continued to expand, so that until the opening of a new building in 2010, only about 10% of its 13,000 items could be displayed. Now some 2,000 objects are on display in 1900 sq. metres of gallery space, with an additional 1300 sq. metres for special exhibitions. Schnütgen (1843–1918) was a Catholic priest and theologian; according to the museum website "Up to now people tell stories about his zealous and sometimes crafty collection tactics".

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3. St. Clemens

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St. Clemens HOWI - Horsch, Willy / CC BY 3.0

Sankt Clemens is a former ship church of the now right bank of the Cologne district of Mülheim. The church, which was located directly on the banks of the Rhine, was built as a Romanesque hall church of the 12th/13th Century. For centuries it was a branch church of the parish church of St. Mauritius in Buchheim, was raised to the parish church after its destruction in 1796 and still remained the only Catholic Church in Mülheim. With the new building of the Liebfrauenkirche in 1864, she lost the parish rights and became a side church again. With another seven churches, it belongs to the Catholic parish of St. Clemens and Mauritius, which includes the districts of Mülheim, Buchheim and Buchforst.

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4. Kölner Edelweißpiraten

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Kölner Edelweißpiraten photographer: Christoph Rückert aka Dstern - thank you! / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Edelweiss Pirates were a loosely organized group of youths opposed to the status quo of Nazi Germany. They emerged in western Germany out of the German Youth Movement of the late 1930s in response to the strict regimentation of the Hitler Youth. Similar in many ways to the Leipzig Meuten, they consisted of young people, mainly between the ages of 14 and 17, who had evaded the Hitler Youth by leaving school and were also young enough to avoid military conscription, which was only compulsory from the age of 17 onward. The roots and background of the Edelweiss Pirates movement were detailed in the 2004 film Edelweiss Pirates, directed by Niko von Glasow.

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5. Domschatzkammer

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Domschatzkammer Die Autorenschaft wurde nicht in einer maschinell lesbaren Form angegeben. Es wird Elya als Autor angenommen (basierend auf den Rechteinhaber-Angaben). / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Cologne cathedral treasure chamber of the Metropolitan chapter of the Hohen Cathedral Church belongs to the Cologne Cathedral. It is located on the north side of the cathedral and in it there are large parts of the Cologne cathedral treasure. Christian art is shown there from the 4th to the 20th century. The cathedral treasure chamber was inaugurated on October 21, 2000 and then heavily criticized. Because many found the cube enveloped by dark bronze plates, which represents the entrance area to the cathedral treasure chamber, as a foreign body in front of the Gothic north facade of the cathedral.

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6. Straßenbahnmuseum

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Straßenbahnmuseum Michael Bienick / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Thielenbruch Tram Museum shows the history of urban traffic on the Cologne Railroad. It is located in the Dellbrück district of Cologne and opened in 1997. In a car hall built in 1906 on the eastern outskirts of Cologne, the collection of vehicles gradually established by Cologne Transportation Company since 1960s and 1970s is displayed. It has about 20 partially operational trams and outlines the development of this type of transport, from horse-drawn trams to light rail vehicles. Historic tram Köln E. V. "Voluntary operation of the museum. The inn in the museum is also in the complex.

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7. Kölner Zoo

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The Aktiengesellschaft Cologne Zoological Garden is the zoo of Cologne, Germany. It features over 10,000 animals of more than 850 species on more than 20 hectares. The internationally renowned zoo with an attached aquarium and invertebrate exhibit is active in preservational breeding of animals that are in danger of becoming extinct. In addition, in-the-wild conservation efforts and research focussing on animals of Madagascar, Wallacea, and Vietnam are actively promoted and supported via cooperation with Cologne University and local projects, such as in the case of Przewalski's horses.

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8. St. Pantaleon

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The Church of Saint Pantaleon is an early Romanesque church in Cologne, Germany. The church dates back to the 10th century and is one of the twelve Romanesque churches of Cologne. The former monastery church is consecrated to Saint Pantaleon and the Saints Cosmas and Damian and is the oldest church of the cult of Saint Pantaleon west of Byzantium. The empress Theophanu and the archbishop Bruno the Great are buried in the church, which also contains shrines of saints Alban, the first Christian martyr of Britain, and Maurinus of Cologne. Pope Benedict XVI visited the church in 2005.

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9. Dr. Guido Westerwelle

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Guido Westerwelle was a German politician who served as Foreign Minister in the second cabinet of Chancellor Angela Merkel and Vice-Chancellor of Germany from 2009 to 2011, being the first openly gay person to hold any of these positions. He also led the liberal Free Democratic Party (FDP) from 2001 until he stepped down in 2011. A lawyer by profession, he was a member of the Bundestag from 1996 to 2013. For his party he was also its first and so far only Chancellor candidate in the 2002 federal election, becoming also the youngest candidate for the office of Chancellor to date.

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10. St. Mariä Himmelfahrt

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The Catholic parish church of St. Mariä Himmelfahrt was the largest church in Cologne for a long time and is one of the few architectural evidence of the Baroque in the city. The former college church of the Jesuits located on Marzellenstrasse near the cathedral was built according to plans by Christoph Wamser, who had already built the Jesuit Church in Molsheim (Alsace). This church also served as a direct model. Wamser has also been proven as a site manager until 1623. Then Valentin Boltz from Thuringia took over the construction management and interior design.

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11. St. Ursula

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St. Ursula Hans Peter Schaefer --> Hps-poll / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Basilica church of St. Ursula is located in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is built upon the ancient ruins of a Roman cemetery, where the 11,000 virgins associated with the legend of Saint Ursula are said to have been buried. The church has an impressive reliquary created from the bones of the former occupants of the cemetery. It is one of the twelve Romanesque churches of Cologne and was designated a Minor Basilica on 25 June 1920. While the nave and main tower are Romanesque, the choir has been rebuilt in the Gothic style.

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12. Historischer Wasserturm

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Chemische Fabrik Kalk (CFK) was a German chemicals company based in Kalk, a city district of Cologne. The company was founded in 1858 as Chemische Fabrik Vorster & Grüneberg, Cöln by Julius Vorster and Hermann Julius Grüneberg and was renamed to Chemische Fabrik Kalk GmbH in 1892. At times the company was the second-largest German producer of soda ash and was, with almost 2400 employees, one of the largest employers in Cologne. For decades the chimneys and the water tower of the factory dominated the skyline of Cologne-Kalk.

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13. St. Petersglocke

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Peter's bell is the bell of Cologne Cathedral. It was cast in Apolda in 1923 by clock casting master Heinrich Ulrich (1876-1924) and hangs on the clock seat of the South Tower. Weighing about 24,000 kilograms and 322 centimeters in diameter, it was the largest straight-yoked swing clock in the world until November 2016. In November 2016, Austria's Glasmeier Bell Foundry cast a heavier clock for Bucharest's People's Redemption Cathedral. However, Petersglocke is still the lowest-pitched free-swing clock in the world.

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14. Synagoge im Jüdischen Wohlfahrtszentrum

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Synagoge im Jüdischen Wohlfahrtszentrum Elke Wetzig (Elya) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Jewish Welfare Centre is a large Jewish welfare institution located in the former building of the "Shelter for the Sick and Elderly in Israel" in Ottostraße 85, Neuehrenfeld District, Cologne. The center looks back at an eventful and eventful period of history. The new and converted complex, which moved in 2003, now houses facilities in the Cologne synagogue community such as administration, social counselling, day care centers, primary schools and a parents' home as a Jewish elderly aid agency.

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15. Hermann-Joseph Brunnen

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The Hermann-Josef fountain is a sculptural fountain originally created as a running fountain on the Waidmarkt in the Altstadt-Süd district of Cologne. He was donated by the Cologne beautification association in 1894 and designed and implemented by the sculptor Wilhelm Albermann. The sculptures represent scenes from life and the legend of the so -called "apple saint" Hermann Joseph von Steinfeld. The fountain has been registered in the list of monuments of the city of Cologne since July 1, 1980.

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16. Karl-Schwering-Platz

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Karl-Schwering-Platz is a green space in the Lindenthal district of Cologne, Germany, designed by director of horticulture Fritz Encke in 1925. The square is part of the green belt of the Lindenthal Canal, which was created at the initiative of the then Mayor of Cologne, Konrad Adenauer, as a link between the inner green belt of Aachen Pond and the outer green belt urban forest. The long square was named after Carl Schwelling (1846-1925), former director of the Apostolic Coliseum.

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17. Planetarium und Sternwarte Köln

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Cologne Planetarium is located in Da Vinci Gymnasium in Cologne-Nipps. The Zeiss Small Planetarium, located in the basement of the school, provides groups of up to 30 people with the opportunity to see the starry sky, Milky Way and planets with naked eyes in clear weather. The Cologne Planetarium also has an observatory built between 1960 and 1963. A large part of the complex-including telescopes and domes-was built by former students in their spare time.

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18. Der Goldene Vogel

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Der Goldene Vogel (Foto: Thomas Hoepker) Rechteinhaber: HA Schult / CC BY 3.0

The Goldene Vogel is a gilded car with wings, located on the staircase tower of the protected armory in the old city of Cologne. It is a relic of Ha Schulte and Elk Koska's 1989 artistic action and was created as part of the action cycle "fetishist car". The Golden Bird is a historic "monument to the automobile age", which has been used as a "monument to the automobile age" since 1925 and has been used as a "monument to the automobile age".

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19. Sankt Karl Borromäus

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Sankt Karl Borromäus HOWI - Horsch, Willy / CC BY 3.0

St. Charles Boromio is a Catholic parish church built in 1930 and designed by architects Ferdinand Passman and Joseph Bonn. The church, under the patronage of Charles Boromio, has been listed as a historic monument since 1983. Among the modern Catholic churches in Cologne, it occupies a dual position between expressionism and new architecture, and is the first church in Cologne to be built as part of a closed apartment building.

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20. DOMiD

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Domid is a registered association in Cologne that collects, preserves, retained, researched and exhibited materials. The history of immigration in Germany is to be presented to a wide audience. In addition to his museum and archival work, Domid organizes events, conferences and lectures. The aim is to convey migration as a normal case. Domid has been sitting in the district council house in Cologne-Ehrenfeld since 2010.

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21. Neu St. Alban

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Neu St. Alban Elke Wetzig (Elya) / CC BY-SA 3.0

Neu St. Alban is a parish church in the Neustadt-Nord district of Cologne, Germany. Built in 1958/1959, the church was designed by Hans Schilling and built out of rubble. Among other things, the building materials of the Cologne Opera House were slightly damaged during the Second World War and were demolished in 1958. From Alt St. next to Gürzenich. The Alban Church acquired the furniture that had been preserved.

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22. Holger Czukay

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Holger Schüring, known professionally as Holger Czukay (}, was a German musician best known as a co-founder of the krautrock group Can. Described as "successfully bridg[ing] the gap between pop and the avant-garde", Czukay was also notable for having created early important examples of ambient music, for having explored "world music" well before the term was coined, and for having been a pioneer of sampling.

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23. Sankt Joseph

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St. Joseph's Church is a Roman Catholic parish church in Cologne-Erenfield, belonging to the pastoral district of Erenfield, the archdiocese of Cologne, along with St. Merchett's, St. Peter's, St. Ana's and St. Barbara's. It is located in Venloer Straße in Cologne-Ehrenfield, close to Market Square and the Chapel of the Ascension of the Virgin Mary, and is flanked by Klarastraße and Wahlenstraße.

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24. Alte Wache

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The old guard at the Zeughaus is one of the few preserved or rebuilt classicist buildings from the beginning of the Prussian period in Cologne. It stands opposite the regional council in Zeughausstrasse. It is connected to the old armory by a connecting building; The entire building complex is home to the Cologne City Museum, with the old guard being used for alternating exhibitions.

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25. Mor Petrus u. Mor Paulus - Syrisch-Orthodoxe Kirche

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St. Petrus and Paulus, originally monastery church of the good shepherd, is a Syrian Orthodox church in the Lindenthal district of Cologne, which was built from 1962 to 1964 according to plans by the architect Fritz Schaller and consecrated in December 1964. The church was originally designed as a monastery church for the religious community of the sisters by the good shepherd.

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26. NS Hinrichtungsstätte

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Klingelpütz is a 473-meter-long street in the Old City north of Cologne, between Gereon-Straße and Vogteistraße, near Hansaring. In Cologne, the street's name-the site of the old prison built by the Prussian kingdom in the 1830s-is often considered synonymous with about # years. Cologne prison, 6 kilometres away, is located in Rochusstraße, Ossendorf district.

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27. Röhrenbunker

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The Reichenspergerplatz Judicial Building is a historic building in Neustadt-Nord, Cologne, Germany. The building, now part of the Cologne High District Court, the Cologne Attorney General's Office and the Cologne District Court, is a protected monument. The building has also been home to victim protection officers in North Rhine-Westphalia since late 2017.

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28. Kronleuchtersaal

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The sewerage system of Cologne is part of the water infrastructure serving Cologne, Germany. Originally built by the Roman Empire in the 1st century, the city's sewer system was modernised in the late 19th century. Parts of the subterranean network are opened for public tours, and the unusual Chandelier Hall hosts jazz and classical music performances.

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29. Grabeskirche St. Bartholomäus

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St Bartholomew's Tomb Church, a former Roman Catholic parish church in Cologne-Ehrenfield, has been used since 2014 as an ashes chamber in which the ashes of the dead are buried. The Catholic diocese of Saint Rocus, Epiphany and Bartholomew is responsible for the tomb church. It is the first and only tomb church in the archdiocese of Cologne.

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30. Bastei

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The Bastei is a building in Cologne-Neustadt-Nord, located at the northern end of the Cologne Ringe directly on the banks of the Rhine. Since its opening on 22 October 1924, the building with a usable area of 300 m² has served as a panoramic restaurant, although the operation is currently suspended due to structural defects.

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31. Rheinpark

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The Rheinpark is a 40 hectare (0,4 km²) large urban park along the right bank of the river Rhine in Cologne, Germany. The park lies between the Cologne districts of Deutz and Mülheim and includes a beach club, an open-air theater and a Roman Thermae styled public bath. It has been voted Germany's best park in 2007.

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32. Opernbrunnen

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Opernbrunnen Horsch, Willy - HOWI / CC BY 3.0

Kölner Opernbrunnen is a fountain located in Offenbach Square in Cologne, Germany. It was completed on December 16, 1966 and officially opened in 1967. To this day, it still has important urban and architectural significance. The fountain sculpture was designed and implemented by Cologne artist Jürgen Hans Grümmer.

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33. Griechenpforte

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Griechenpforte Autor/-in unbekanntUnknown author / Public domain

The Greek Gate, also called "porta Grecorum", was a gate complex of the southwestern Cologne city wall, probably created in the 10th century. It was first mentioned in the 12th century and came into private ownership at the beginning of the 14th century. The later overbuilt Greek gate was laid down around 1856.

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34. Stadtwald

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Cologne urban forest is a forest formed at the end of 19th century. Lindenthal Park is a large park in Lindenthal District, west of Cologne. With play areas, ponds and waterways, playgrounds and playgrounds, and an extensive network of trails, the park is a popular leisure area on the Left Bank of the Rhine.

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35. St. Gereon

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St. Gereon Schweinepeterle / Public domain

The Church of St. Gereon in the Merheim district of Cologne is a Roman Catholic church in the Archdiocese of Cologne. It is part of the Catholic parish association Brück-Merheim. The church, dedicated to St. Gereon of Cologne, was built around 1820 after the demolition of the old Romanesque church.

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36. Obelisk of Tutankhamun

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Rita McBride is an American artist and sculptor. She is based in Los Angeles and Düsseldorf. Alongside her artistic practice, McBride is a professor at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, and served as its director until 2017. McBride is married to Glen Rubsamen, an American painter from Los Angeles.

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37. Nathanaelkirche

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The Nathanaelkirche belongs to the Evangelical Nathanael parish in Cologne-Bilderstöckchen. The church named after the disciples Nathanael was completed in 1965 and in 1974 received its striking campanile, which was discontinued by the church building, directly at the Escher Strasse/park belt.

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38. DITIB-Zentralmoschee

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The Cologne Central Mosque is a building commissioned by German Muslims of the Organization DITIB for a large, representative Zentralmoschee in Cologne, Germany. This mosque was inaugurated by Turkish President Erdogan. After controversy, the project won the approval of Cologne's city council.

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39. St. Stephanus

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St. Stephen's Church is a Roman Catholic church in the Weiden district of Cologne, Germany. The chapel, also known as the "Yusdorf Chapel," is located at Station 5 on the Lindenthal Cultural Trail. It is overseen by a support association of the Catholic Church of St. Mary's in Cologne-Weiden.

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40. Schokoladenmuseum

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Schokoladenmuseum Schokoladenmuseum Köln GmbH / Public domain

The Cologne Chocolate Museum is a special museum for chocolate in the Altstadt-Süd district of Cologne. The exhibition building on a peninsula in the Rheinauhafen houses, among other things, a collection of the history of chocolate and a permanent exhibition on modern chocolate production.

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41. Klingelpützpark

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Klingelpützpark is an urban landscape park covering an area of about 2 hectares, located in the old city north of Cologne. It was built on the former site of Klingelpütz prison from 1969 to 1971 and, due to its spacious layout, is a typical example of urban spatial design at that time.

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42. Thomaskirche

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The Thomas Church is a Evangelical Church of the Evangelical Community of Cologne in Cologne Agnesveedel, on the northern periphery of the city center. Today, the Thomas Church together with the Christuskirche (Cologne) forms a common district of the Evangelical Community Cologne.

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43. St. Maria ad Ortum

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St. Maria ad Ortum Horsch, Willy / CC BY 2.5

Maria ad Ortum is a late Romanesque church with three naves The Sisters of the Cologne Sido "Zo Sent Marie Garden", Mariengarten, was abolished and abandoned in the French era. Today, a street name and a chapel named after its ancient Latin name are still reminiscent of them.

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44. Schloss Bensberg

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Schloss Bensberg Martin Falbisoner / CC BY-SA 4.0

Bensberg Castle is a former royal hunting lodge in Bergisch Gladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is now operated as a luxury hotel under the name 'Althoff Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg'. The central axis of the building complex is exactly geared to the Cologne Cathedral.

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45. Der Tauzieher

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The Tauzieher is a limestone sculpture by Nikolaus Friedrich which was erected in 1911 in Rheinauhafen, Cologne. It depicts a man making a heavy rope or hawser fast to a bollard and is 6.5 metres in height. In 1980, it was listed as one of the first heritage sites in Cologne.

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46. St. Hildegard in der Au

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St. Hildegard in der Au is a Catholic parish church in the Nippes district of Cologne, Germany, built in 196/1961, designed by architect Stefan Leuer, and enshrined on the first Sunday of Advent in 1961. The church was built under the patronage of St. Hildegaard of Bingen.

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47. St. Kunibert

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St. Kunibert User:Thomas Robbin / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Basilica of St. Cunibert also St. Kunibert is the last of Cologne's twelve Romanesque churches to be built. It was consecrated 1247, one year before work on the Gothic Cologne Cathedral began. It was declared a minor basilica in 1998 by the then Pope John Paul II.

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48. Denkmal für Deserteure und Opfer der NS-Militärjustiz

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The Desertur monument in Cologne-Altstadt-Nord on Appellhofplatz recognizes deserters and opponents of war from the time of National Socialism in the form of a pergola of the Swiss designer Ruedi Baur. It was officially handed over to the public on September 1, 2009.

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49. St. Maria in der Kupfergasse

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St. Maria in der Kupfergasse Raymond - Raimond Spekking / CC BY-SA 3.0

St. Maria in der Kupfergasse is a Baroque church in Cologne, western Germany, in the district of Innenstadt. The pilgrimage church is dedicated to St. Mary, the Black Madonna. It was completed in 1715 and measures 37.20 meters in length and 17.30 metres in width.

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50. Käthe Kollwitz Museum

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Käthe Kollwitz Museum Käthe Kollwitz Museum (Cologne) / PD

The Käthe Kollwitz Museum in Cologne owns the largest collections of works by the German artist Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945) and has maintained close links with the Kollwitz family. The museum is owned and operated by the Kreissparkasse Köln savings bank.

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51. Kriegerdenkmal Bensberg

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The war memorial Bensberg stands in front of Bensberg Castle on Kadettenstrasse shortly before the confluence with Jan-Wellem-Straße in the Bensberg district in Bergisch Gladbach. It was registered as No. 60 in the list of monuments in Bergisch Gladbach.

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52. Museum Ludwig

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Museum Ludwig Museum Ludwig / Public domain

Museum Ludwig, located in Cologne, Germany, houses a collection of modern art. It includes works from Pop Art, Abstract and Surrealism, and has one of the largest Picasso collections in Europe. It holds many works by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.

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53. Sankt Engelbert

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Sankt Engelbert Hugo Schmölz / Public domain

St. Engelbert is a Catholic church in Cologne-Lille, Germany. Built from 1930 to 1932 and designed by architect Dominikus Böhm, it is considered to be the first modern church building in Cologne and one of the origins of modern church building.

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54. Kreuzblume

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Kreuzblume Elke Wetzig (Elya) / CC BY-SA 3.0

The finials of Cologne Cathedral form the tops of the two towers at a height of 149 to 157 metres. A copy of this finial in original size, but made of concrete, has stood below the steps in front of the west façade of the cathedral since 1991.

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55. Hahnentorburg

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Hahnentorburg Hpschaefer www.reserv-art.de / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Hahnentorburg is one of originally twelve Torburgen in the eight -kilometer medieval city wall of Cologne (1180–1220) and secured western access to the city on the street in Aachen and Jülich. It is located on today's Rudolfplatz.

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56. Christuskirche Dellbrück

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The Christuskirche is a Protestant church in the Cologne suburb of Dellbrück on the right bank of the Rhine. It was built in neo-baroque style according to plans by the architect Otto March and ceremoniously inaugurated on 18 June 1905.

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57. Flora

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The Flora und Botanischer Garten Köln is a municipal formal park and botanical garden located adjacent to Cologne Zoological Garden at Amsterdamer Straße 34, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is open daily without charge.

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58. Paul-Gerhardt-Kirche

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Paul Gerhardt Church, also known as "Red Church", is a church building in the Protestant diocese of Cologne-Lindenthal, Germany, located at the intersection of Lindenthalürtel/Gleueler Straße in Cologne-Lindenthal, Germany.

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59. D15

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D15 Späth Chr. (user ChiemseeMan) / Public domain

The D 15 is a tractor of the Deutz brand from the Deutz D series. During his construction period, he was the smallest and weakest model from Deutz. With the D 15, the last model was switched to the names of the D series.

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60. Star-Pit

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Otto Piene was a German-American artist specializing in kinetic and technology-based art, often working collaboratively. He lived and worked in Düsseldorf, Germany; Cambridge, Massachusetts; and Groton, Massachusetts.

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61. Minoritenkirche

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The Minoritenkirche or Church of the Immaculate Conception is a Catholic church on the Kolpingplatz in Cologne. Built in the 13th century, it is now used by the Franciscan and the Kolpingwerk social association.

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62. Melanchthonkirche

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Melanchthonkirche is a Protestant church in the Zollstock district of Cologne, Germany. The church, named after the reformer Philip Melankson, was built between 1929 and 1930 and designed by Theodore Merrill.

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63. ruhender Verkehr

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"Ruhender Verkehr" is an action sculpture by Hohenzollernring in Cologne, Germany, created by Wolf Vostell in 1969. It consists of a car completely embedded in concrete, and its outline is roughly simplified.

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64. Hans Böckler

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Hans Böckler was a German politician and trade union leader. He was the most influential re-founder of the unions in post-war Germany and became the first president of the German Trade Union Confederation.

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65. Deutsches Sport- und Olympiamuseum

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The German Sport & Olympia Museum is a museum in Cologne that presents the history of sports from antiquity to modernity. It is located in Cologne's Rheinauhafen within the district of Köln-Altstadt-Süd.

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66. Kölnisches Stadtmuseum

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Kölnisches Stadtmuseum Kölnisches Stadtmuseum / Public domain

The Kölnische Stadtmuseum is the municipal history museum of Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is housed in the building of the historic Zeughaus with the adjacent Prussian Alte Wache Zeughaus.

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67. St. Hubertus

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St. Hubertus Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Bruck District of Cologne, Germany. It is part of the Brück-Merheim Catholic Diocese Association. St. St. Huberto Church was built in 1930/31.

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68. Taubenbrunnen

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Pigeon Fountain is a sculpture fountain designed by Ewald Mattare and built in 1953 in the Altstadt-Nord district of Cologne, directly in front of the west side of Cologne Cathedral. Cathedral plates.

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