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This is a fun place to see. Take time to look at the details as some of the carving on the building and they are sure to make you smile. During your visit you probably will see someone getting married when you stroll by.
One of the oldest city halls in Germany, the town hall sits on top of an even older Roman Praetorium which is now buried. Parts of the building date back to eleventh century with later additions making it a mix of architectural styles. The entrance...More
The Rathaus has several buildings and style of architecture so you might not think they are all connected. The older tower has many carvings with ties to Roman times when Cologne was part of the Roman empire. I wish I would have study this before...More
This is a very nice town hall and when you walk around you see some great features in the design and architecture. The clock is great and the building is a fine example of this historic area of Köln. It’s well,worth a visit and great...More
We were doing our own walking tour of Cologne and were looking out for the town hall but walked right past it because it was covered up due to restoration. Excavations are also taking place in front of the town hall. There is some interesting...More
The Historic Town Hall is a wonderful landmark building that is one of the most recognisable in Cologne.
Located on the site of the ancient Roman Praetorium and has over 900 years of history attached to it.
Located on the Innenstadt between Rathausplatz and Alten...More