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I love Romanesque. And the itinerary of 13 romanesque churches in Cologne is both a joy and a sorrow. Pick up a leaflet from the cathedral or any of of these churches . Many were damaged extensively by bombing or indeed baroqued or redone substantially...More
Of the 12 churches built in the Romanesque style of architecture St Kunibert Basilica was the last being constructed by 1247 and what a stunning church and piece of architecture this is.
The exterior is very impressive and imposing and looks absolutely amazing especially when...More
This is a lovely basilica, somehow overlooked due to its location.
However, it's very easy to reach it - it's less than a 10-minute walk from the central station or the cathedral.
The basilica boasts a beautiful high ceiling and lovely decorations.
The acoustics is...More
It a wonderful basilica placed in the Kunibert area. The started to build this basilica before 1210. To compensate for the terrain slope towards the Rhine arises as a base a crypt. 1226 is the choir completed.On June 29, 1944, the roofs went up in...More
St. Kunibert’s was completed in 1247 and is the youngest Romanesque church in Cologne. The church has beautiful stained glass windows dating back to the 13th century. It is the northernmost Romanesque church in Cologne and it’s facade faces the Rhine River. The windows are...More