天空6572The Imuho Storwick Museum, also known as the Imuho Storwick Museum, is located near the Cathedral of the industrial city of Cologne in western Germany. It was founded in 1993, and was built by the famous German chocolate maker Mr. Storwick, with an investment of 53 million German marks.
sculptorThe Ludwig Museum in Cologne, Germany has a collection of modern art.
The works of art include pop art, abstract and surrealist works, and owns one of the largest Picasso collections in Europe. The Ludwig Museum was established in 1976.
小思文The Cologne Perfume Museum has a very strong smell. Many of the perfumes here are brewed from local plants. The original craftsmanship of the perfume is also from here. Whenever you smell the perfume, you feel very comfortable. The Perfume Museum also collects quite a lot. Many items. [Fun] The fun is quite interesting [The price/performance ratio] The purchase is also very cheap
Muhammad Kallabamazing experience with amazing vibes and its totally different than any other christmas markets in Europe, its all over the city and each part has its own speciality and offers .. worth visit!
Germany is a country known for its rich history, and all the German Museums have a varied contribution towards art and culture and in shaping the modern world. Be it the Protestant Movement in the 15th century, the creation of German Confederation in the 19th century and the Weimar Republic in the early part of 20th century, the creation of East and West Germany post World War 2, or the tearing down of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Germany has always been at the epicentre of events that have changed the course of modern world. The German Museums stand witness to these historical moments and give us a sneak peek into them. We have listed down some of the best German Museums for you to visit, especially in the city of Cologne, when traveling to this beautiful country.
Cologne is Germany’s fourth largest city and is located in the northwest of the country. It’s about a 200 km drive from Frankfurt. Cologne's attractions are close together, and you can take in the main sights on foot in a single day.
When fire tore through Notre-Dame Cathedral in the heart of Paris, centuries of history that had survived revolution, two world wars, and natural disasters was swept from existence. It was a reminder that our most precious constructions can vanish before our eyes. Here is a look at 11 of the world's most majestic cathedrals and why you shouldn't wait to see them.
A Roman Catholic cathedral in the heart of Cologne. This Gothic-style church building was built in 1248 has a unique shape. The design of Cologne Cathedral is similar to Amiens Cathedral in terms of land plan, style and width in proportion to the height of the central nave.
Inside this church there are several points that must be seen and paid attention to, namely the Altar which is still standing majestically since 1322, using black marble, the Temple of the Three Kings, 5 windows made of stained glass on the southern wall which was a gift from King Ludwig I of Bavaria.
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Cologne was an import outpost in the Roman Empire. The city features a number of Roman ruins and the Romano-Germanic Museum is the best place to explore these in Central Cologne. Take some time to wander around and appreciate how it must have been those many centuries ago traversing the vastness of the Roman Empire.
One of the world's great cathedrals, the Cologne Cathedral is a marvel to view in person. The twin spires are the tallest on any cathedral in the world I think. It's an amazing piece of European and Germany history to see the in person. Make sure to walk all the way around for the full perspective.
Some amazing archeitecture! Amazing that it was preserved and survived the bombings. The 3 kings shrine is inside. Take your time inside, it can be mezmerizing. The place is huge! This place is well worth a visit. #wintergetaway
Of course the main attraction if Cologne / Köln is the cathedral on the main square. But the city also offers other places that are very nice. For me the pedestrian street is super nice with plenty of shops and good cafés. It is very convenient for shipping tourism during the sale days.
Cologne Cathedral - Germany: This is an iconic of Cologne located near to Rhine River. The cathedral looks charming and beautiful. The view of the cathedral from the different side of the river is slso stunning which we can just walk across the bridge.
Sunset in the famous German city called Köln. relaxing atmosphere with these purple colored clouds dancing with sleeping sun. one of the cities that covered by the beautiful churches!
In Germany, there may be no more cities like Cologne with so many restaurants and cafes, wineries and bars, and fast food and small restaurants are just a few. From the town hall there is a narrow road that runs north along the Rhine. There are plenty of bars, wineries and intricate coffee houses lined up, perfect for a break. In the summer, many visits will also set up a balcony on the Rhine River, where you can have a cold beer and it is unbeatable. It is not surprising that the rich and delicious food is in Cologne. Here, the famous blood sausage, German salted pork bone and mashed potatoes. These three can be said to be more representative of the special dishes in the Cologne diet. There are also many world-famous local dishes in Cologne, such as baby stewed chicken diced meat, onion-roasted goose meat, white wine stewed oxtail, cheese fried egg squid, and crispy bread. If you want to eat authentic, then it is best to come to Cologne.