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Giancarlo Esposito 14 May 19
Visiting the was powerful and humbling.
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Research in Germany Sep 13
It took more than 600 years to be finished, but now is the most prominent landmark of this vibrant German city. Let this by take you there:
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Amit Kamath 23 Aug 19
Hello, . Didn't have much time, but at least got to see the gorgeous . And the Hohenzollern Bridge, a bridge covered with "love locks"!
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Stephen Lynas Jan 2
As views from overnight hotel rooms go, I suppose one can hardly complain....
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Aaliya Shah Dec 1
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Riccardo Wagner Sep 23
Meeting of our Faculty of Media during our with a nice background
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Ragnar Heil #StreamOutLoud Oct 24
Did I mention that I love stylish hotels (which don't need to be part of a major chain)?
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Miguel Calabria Dec 4
Cologne Cathedral is a building of superlatives that is the centre and hallmark of this city on the Rhine.The cornerstone of this Gothic cathedral was laid on the Feast of the Assumption of Mary on 15 August 1248 Amigos delArte Gótico
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Robert Emery Jul 30
Begun in 1248, the construction of this masterpiece took place in several stages and was not completed until 1880, the Cathedral in Cologne is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a very impressive place to visit. Religious or not - this is astonishing.
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Marisol Téllez M. 17 Aug 19
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Steph Hargreeves ☂︎ 30 Jun 19
„Consecrated ground“ 🕊 Thank you, for , . It inspired us so much and without it, and I woudn‘t have been friends today.
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Visit Germany Sep 26
Did you know that the magnificent took over 600 years to build? For some fun, discover more fascinating facts you didn't know about the city's most iconic landmark here:
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Nikki Kuppens Aug 20
Throwback Thursday: Visited the Kölner Dom during a visit to GamesCom in Cologne 11 years ago, an impressive gothic cathedral that’s also amazingly lit at night
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𝕮𝖍𝖗𝖎𝖘𝖙𝖎𝖓𝖆 𝖛. 𝖂𝖊𝖑𝖑𝖊𝖆𝖓 Oct 31
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DLR - English 29 Jul 19
From the : In 1997, German ESA astronaut Reinhold Ewald flew to the Mir space station – and took a (Cologne Cathedral) with him! The miniature did not serve a scientific purpose, it was intended more as a symbolic gesture.
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Sandra Barkhof 4 Aug 19
Stepped off the train to find history right in front of me
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Deutschland.de | Germany 15 Aug 19
in : In 1248, the of the starts. The building is Germany’s most visited and a monument of . It was also declared a World Site. 🇩🇪
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Jonathan Goodwin 12 Sep 19
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Gaye Edwards 💛💚💜 Jan 5
It's hard to capture just how high the towers of are but up we went, all 533 steps of it on of . You can see the spike in elevation in the second picture, and bear in mind we had just come from the cathedral treasury 3 floors underground
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Douaa 16 Jun 19
So my sister was in Köln and she sent me this pictures I really want to visit it
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