Program your visit to this magnificent monument, symbol and pride of the people in Cologne. Built in a 600-year work in progress, from the foundation stone in 1248 to the completion in 1880, the Cathedral survived even the Second World War. The Cologne Cathedral was built to house the relics of the Magi, and the impressive work of medieval gold craftsmanship surpasses all other shrines in the Western world in terms of size and grandeur.
Opening hours on sundays and holidays: 1pm-4.30pm
When in Cologne, don't forget to visit the Old Town, the shopping streets, the Museum Ludwig and the Cologne Zoo, founded in 1860.
Domkloster 4, Köln , , 50667, Germany
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