It is a sample of German architecture in various periods. Some are canvases for Victorian artists to display their memories, and some give birth to major historical events, but each church reflects the medieval face of Cambridge: religion dominates daily life, churches are everywhere, and they always remind people of the threat of hell and The temptation of heaven.
The Roman church here is also a historical ancient building. Cologne was conquered by the Roman Empire at the earliest. The Romans here are quite exquisite, and it is also the historical composition of the city. It is worth admiring here. The Roman church is also quite Oh special.
[Scenery] The scenery is beautiful
[Value for money] Free visit
Romanesque churches are the architectural style commonly adopted by some cathedrals after Christianity became the state religion of the Roman Empire
The exterior of the church has the characteristics of a very strong Romanesque church in the Rhine Valley, but the interior has been remodeled in the 19th century: the treasure of the cathedral’s town hall is the work "Limburger Staurothek of Limburg" in the 10th century by Pizza Qin. The sculptures are displayed in the Diözesanmuseum in Domstrasse.
There are many worshippers in a very sacred place.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Cologne Cathedral,Hohenzollern Bridge,Imhoff-Stollwerck Museum,Great St. Martin Church,Cologne City Hall
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