The Romano-Germanic Museum is located in the center of Köln. Cologne is a 2000-year-old city that straddles the Rhine River in western Germany. It has long been settled by ancient Rome and is now the cultural center of the region. The Roman Museum contains Roman antiquities.
The original intention of the Roman-Germanic Museum was to protect a very rare ancient Roman ruins
The Roman Germanic Museum displays a large number of cultural artworks. This museum is quite interesting. You can experience the history of Germanic style here. The collection is also quite rich. You can learn about some very unique items and precious collections. Oh. [View] The view here is pretty good [Value for money] Very good value for money
The Römisch-Germanisches Museum (Römisch-Germanisches Museum) is an archaeological museum located in the German city of Cologne. It has a large collection of archaeological artifacts from the Roman era in Cologne. The museum opened in 1974 and has the largest collection of Roman glass in the world. The sculptures and ruins displayed inside and outside the hall fully reflect the most comprehensive collection of ancient Roman handicrafts along the Rhine. The address of the museum is on the east side of the south gate of Cologne Cathedral. It is a place that must be passed after visiting Cologne Cathedral. Therefore, it is recommended that bee friends pass by and don’t miss it.
The Germain Museum in Rome is a very good museum, the tickets are not expensive, and the inside is super big. Most of the excavated cultural relics on both sides of the Rhine in ancient times, such as stone carvings, mosaic stone carpets, daily objects used by people in ancient times, and many ancient glassware, are worth visiting for those interested in archaeology.
The Roman-German Museum is mainly a collection of Roman artifacts from the Roman Empire, and is rich in statues, jewelry, pottery and glassware, and it has a dazzling collection of Roman artifacts from the Cologne region, especially the largest collection of ancient Roman glass in the world. Almost two thousand years later, the handmade glass bowls still retain the splendid color. It is worth seeing.
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