St. Ursula

St. Ursula is one of the twelve Romanesque churches of Cologne. Its building was built in the 12th century, but after serious damage during the 2nd World War, a reconstruction took place until 1974.

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St. Andreas

St. Andrew's Basilica is one of the twelve main Romanesque churches in Cologne. It was built in the 10th century in a typical Ottonian style.

View of Cologne and its cathedral

Cologne Cathedral

The Cologne cathedral became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996, and rightly so. The city has been dominated by the Cathedral's gigantic pair of towers since 1880: it is today the second highest building in Cologne. Its footprint is also impressive, the building covers a total area of almost 8000 square metres. This UNESCO world heritage site is also home to the mortal remains of the Three Kings, which made the Cathedral one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in Europe.

St. Kunibert (Köln)

Saint-Kunibert is the most recent of the twelve Romanesque churches of Cologne. Consecrated in 1247, the church was part of a monastery until 1802. After the Second World War, the church was rebuilt until 1985.