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Eglise Saint Andre, Cologne
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  • The parish church of St Andrew is located almost next to the Cologne Cathedral. The Church of St. Andrew is 200 years older than the DOM and thus still Romanesque. The West Wing of the three-aisled basilica was built in 1220, with massive forms of the romantic, Gothic style elements shows the 1414 created choir area. In any case, you should descend into the crypt rests in the Albertus Magnus, the believed to be the incarnate as the most famous scholars of his time.
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  • St. Andreas is at the stone throw from the Cathedral but most of the crowds just pass it. Which is for the best, because in quiet and no hurry one can examine what this church can offer. And it is qui...  more »
  • Saint Andrew's church stands in the heart of Cologne's old town close to the main train station. It is one of the twelve large Romanesque churches in the city of Cologne. The three-aisled pillar basilica contains Romanesque and Gothic elements. In the Southern Cross arm Maccabees shrine to be worth, which was completed in 1527. It worth the short walk from the main train station. It was unfortunately not allowed, since the Church was closed.
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