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  • Cologne Cathedral (Dom) Cologne Cathedral Cologne, Germany
    The Cologne Cathedral is called the Kolner Dom in German, and officially it is Hohe Domkirche St. Peter und Maria; sits in Cologne, Germany, and is a Roman Catholic church of great splendor. The Archbishop of Cologne presides here, under the direction of the archdiocese of Cologne, and is a famous monument of Christianity. The architectural style is Gothic, and it is dedicated to St. Peter and the Virgin Mary. It is a World Heritage Site and one of the best known architectural masterpieces of Germany and the city's most spectacular landmark; that was said by UNESCO, an "exceptional work of human creative genius". The building began in 1248, and finished, with many stops and interruptions, in 1880, over 600 years. It is over 450 feet long, 265 feet wide and the two tallest towers reach 480 feet into the sky, making it the biggest church in the world, and the biggest Gothic church in Northern Europe. During the period from 1880 until 1884, it was the tallest building in the entire world, until the Washington Monument was finished. The spires are the second highest in the world, behind the Ulm Cathedral, which was finished in 1890. With the two spires included, it has the biggest facade in the world, and the choir area that is the distance between the piers makes it contain the biggest height to width ratio of any medieval church in the world. The church's early builders wanted it to be the grandest structure anywhere to contain the reliquary of the Three Kings, and to be a magnificent place of worship for the Holy Roman Emperor. Although it was not finished during the medieval period, the church did finally come together as a "masterpiece of exceptional intrinsic value" and "a powerful testimony to the strength and persistence of Christian belief in medieval and modern Europe". Before the current cathedral began, the ground had been occupied by numerous previous buildings, the first believed to have a grain store, then a Roman temple constructed by Mercurius Augustus, and beginning in the 4th century, was the site of a few Christian buildings that also included a square monument that is believed to be the oldest cathedral that was directed to be built by Matemus, the first Christian bishop of the city. Another cathedral, called the "old Cathedral" was finished in 818, but burned to the ground in 1248.  Rainald of Dassel, archbishop of Cologne, had taken possession of the Three Kings relics, in 1164, that Frederick Barbarossa, the Holy Roman Emperor had taken from Milan, Italy, since they were of great significant value and would bring Christian pilgrims from all over the world. They would have to preserved in a safe place. When the old cathedral burned down, the new one was started soon after, with the first cornerstone being laid in August, 1248, three months after the burning. The church was built in sections, thereby making it possible to use those finished areas, and still continue on with the construction. The work continued until 1473, when it was stopped, and then started intermittently until the 16th century, when it stopped completely. It wasn't until the 19th century that the plans for the facade were found and the Protestant Prussian court caused funding to be found and the work started again. The construction continued and in the 1870s, the bells were put in. In 1880, when the huge cathedral was finally finished, the completion was hailed as a national event, and the celebration was visited by the Emperor, Wilhelm I. Although the church had some 70 hits by bombs during the second World War, it wasn't destroyed or knocked down. Many believe that the twin spires were such a well known and recognizable landmark that the Allied pilots could overlook them and thus, they weren't destroyed. In June of 1945, the buildings were used as rifle ranges by the Allied troops, with the restoration starting after the war was over and finished in 1956.

  • 4711 or Eau de Cologne
    4711, or Siebenundvierzigelf, is also known as Eau de Cologne, a brand of Maurer & Wirtz that is made near Aachen, Germany, close to Cologne, where it all began. In the first part of the 18th century, an Italian expatriate named Johann Maria Farina concocted a new fragrance and called it Eau de Cologne, meaning "water from Cologne", from his new home in Cologne, Germany. During the century, it was to become very popular, and soon a Cologne merchant, Wilhelm Mulhens, acquired the rights to the name, although the Farina that he got it from had no relations with the original Farina's family. He just needed the Farina name to be associated with the Eau de Cologne name so that he could sell it under that guise. With the contract in hand, Mulhens started a small factory in Cologne, in the Klockergasse area and started making his own version of the famous parfum. Years after, the Farina family took Mulhens to court to get the name back, and his grandson, Ferdinand Mulhens was forced to create a new name for the fragrance, and he chose, 4711, the number of Wilhelm's address in the city just before the French Revolution. The Mulhens family sold the company in 1994 to the German Wella corporation, and the fragrance is still made in Cologne today. The original Eau de Cologne is made by the descendants of Farina, in their eighth generation, and the other 4711 is made by Maurer & Wirtz, that acquired the company from Proctor & Gamble, who had bought it from Wella in 2003, in 2006.

  • Church of St. Johann Baptist
    The city of Cologne, Germany has some of the most incredible churches in the world, with magnificent architecture and beautiful carvings. The Church of St. John the Baptist has a leaning tower, and although it was bombed many times in the second World War, it was rebuilt and stands grandly today. The church was named after Johann Baptist Alzog, a German theologian and Roman Catholic historian, born in Sislesia, studied at Breslau and Bonn, then ordained a priest in Cologne in 1834. The church was originally built over a millennia ago, it has been restored many times since. It is one of the few types of expressionistic sacral architecture in the country and reconstructed in 1860 in the neo-Renaissance architecture, it acquired most of its looks from the restructuring in 1922 and 1923. The awesome light and space dynamics in the side chapels has created a spectacular sight that never fails to inspire visitors. The styling is in Rococo, and has many figurines and a marvelous crucifix that was created by artist Joseph Gotsch. The city was made the archbishopric town by Charles the Great, in the year 800 A. D. and it was soon one of the most prominent cities in Europe. The natural location set between rivers and the crossroads to Europe, helped the city become so important and created a wonderful trading center. This also brought the many cloisters and collegiate churches that are here today. During the dark middle ages, the area still blossomed since there were so many pilgrims coming here to pay their respects to the saints and churches. Currently, Cologne, is the home of 12 fantastic Romanesque churches that were constructed during the 9th and 13th centuries. There aren't enough adjectives to describe the incredibly beautiful churches and their individual specialties, they must be seen to be even minutely appreciated; while many had been almost destroyed by the massive bombing done to them in WWII.

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  • Museum LudwigMuseum Ludwig Cologne, Germany
    The Ludwig museum is located in Cologne, Germany, and contains a wonderful collection of modern art. These magnificent works include; abstract, surrealism and pop art, the biggest collection of Picassos in Europe, as well as many great works by Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. It broke away from the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in 1976, and then acquired the Sammlung Haubrich, a collection of art from 1914 to 1939, held by Josef Haubrich, who had donated the collection to the city. The present building was designed by Godfrid Haberer and Peter Busmann and was opened in 1986. Another magnificent facet of the museum is the Sammlung Ludwig, which includes artworks by Picasso, Russian avante-garde and American pop-art artists. The museum's collection contains the most important stages of the 20th century artworks and contemporary artworks that have developed during that period. The Irene and Peter Ludwig collection is the largest collection of pop art that exists outside of the United States, and contains Andy Warhol's Brillo Boxes, Roy Lichtenstein's Maybe, and George Segal's Restaurant Window. The Ludwigs gave the museum 350 beautiful works in 1976, of pop art, as well as Russian avante-garde from the era during 1906 until 1930, and a spectacular collection of several hundred pieces by Pablo Picasso that is on permanent loan. This wonderful collection helped start the museum off on the right and best foot and has helped it grow into one of the finest museums in Europe. The modern section of the Wallraf-Richartz Museum contained the collection of Josef Haubrich of expressionists, and was also a base for contemporary art that was put into the new museum. The Ludwig Museum has continued to add new contemporary artworks into their collections, including new works that were produced in the 1970s and 1980s.

  •  German Sports and Olympic Museum
    The museum is located in an old 19th century bonded warehouse in the Cologne, Germany district of Rheinauhafen, or Rhine Harbor, with a terrace on the roof that allows marvelous views of the Serverin Bridge and the Deutz Rhine Bank. Overall, some 7000 square feet of space has been set aside on two floors that showcase national, international and Olympic sports venues that are displayed in a permanent and rotating exhibition. The areas are divided into the respective sport venues that give visitors the opportunity to enjoy their favorite sport. The permanent displays are on the first floor and give the visitor a comprehensive look at over 2500 years of sports history up to and including the present day. The travel begins with the roots of the many modern sports, that begin in ancient Greece, through the German gymnastics, and into the British sports, then follow the lives of the best athletes of today. These include Boris Becker, Michael Schumacher, Steffi Graf and Nils Schumann. Over 3000 individual exhibits, media stations and film documentaries allow the visitor the chance to see these wonderful experiences through the eyes of the athletes and also have a chance to interact with many of these informative displays.

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  • Haxenhaus
    The Haxenhaus offers a rich variety of cuisine, using the finest freshest ingredients available. Seasonal specialties; marquis is potato soufflé served with sliced salmon, spinach and cheese; Konixstein is leg of goose served with red cabbage and dumplings; Meister Pelle is a butchers platter with sauerkraut topped with assorted meat of pork knuckles, loin of pork and small ring of sausage; berrendorf is noodles with wild garlic and mushrooms. Starters include; flonzthaler is small appetizers made with red sausage and butter with fine onions; beef broth; smoked ham served with horseradish and farmers bread; sieglinde is potato soup; tasty brawn is served with pan-fried potatoes; color mixed salad; Rhinegarten is tossed salad served with turkey breast; rauchfang is tossed salad served with slices of smoked salmon; loreley is mixed salad topped with grilled chunks of pike-perch. Main entrees; Kolner schnitzel is scallop of pork Cologne style served with housemade sausage, onions and pan fried potatoes; pfefferpfanne is slices of pork served with mushroom sauce and fried potatoes; half meter of pan fried sausage with fried potatoes and sauerkraut; lyskirchen is sliced turkey with creamy curry sauce and white rice; kapaun is grilled turkey with asparagus, boiled potatoes and gratinated with sauce hollandaise; scallop of pork with fried potatoes and slices of lemon; jagerfanne is slices of pork with mushroom sauce and fried potatoes.

  • Muhlen Kolsch
    Well known eatery for over 150 years with its own microbrewery, serving excellent cuisine. Soups offer; house made potato soup with bacon and leek; piquant goulash soup with rye bread bun; beef soup with stuff added; tomato soup with fried herb sippets. Cold dishes; Dutch cheese with rye bread bun and butter; tartar with capers, anchovies, egg, bread and butter; black pudding with bread and butter; large salad with marinated grilled turkey medallions; giant bockwurst sausage with French fries or potato salad; old town platter with brawn, black pudding, coarse liver pato and potato salad; mixed salad with fried egg and fried potatoes; deep-fried camembert with parsley and cranberries; 3 scrambled eggs, bacon and fried potatoes with salad. Fish; herring filets in cream sauce with boiled potatoes and bacon; breaded plaice filet with remoulade sauce, fried potatoes and salad. Poultry; turkey steak with fried potatoes and mixed salad; 2 grilled chicken breasts with patna rice, mushroom sauce and green salad. Vegetarian; deep-fried camembert with parsley and cranberries; mushrooms in cream sauce with potato rosti and salad; potato pockets filled with cheese, with salad. Pork;
    sliced turkey and mashed potatoes; 2 round pcs of pork with veggies, fried potatoes and hollandaise sauce; grilled belly of pork with broad beans and mashed potatoes; 2 small wiener schnitzels with fried potatoes and veggies; grilled liver with fried onions, mashed potatoes and stewed apples; grilled pork steak with herb butter, French fries and salad; spicy meatloaf with mushrooms, buttered spatzle and green salad.


Koln Schnitzel Haxenhaus Cologne, Germany


Lyskirchen Haxenhaus Cologne, Germany



 Creamed Herring Muhlen Kolsch Cologne, Germany

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  • NS Dokumentations zentrum - Gestapo Prison Gestapo Prison Cologne, Germany
    The old Nazi prison and documentation center has been preserved in the state that is existed during the terrifying years of the second World War; a grim reminder to the people of today that this place did exist and that millions of people, the majority of them Jews, were led to their deaths, all along the route stripped of every human compassion and determination to live. Over the years, this prison has become a memorial to those misguided victims of eradication and termination that was put on them because they were of Jewish descent; not to mention that they were also of German descent; another reminder to the people of Germany that it only takes one man to change a society into a heartless, thoughtless monster. It is where you can gain firsthand knowledge of the conditions of prisons overseen by the Nazis, and gain an education, an understanding of the mob conditioning that can take over a people wanting only to live, eat and breath. The EL-DE house has been named after its builder, a Cologne wholesaler of gold and watches named Leopold Dahmen. Starting in 1935, and continuing on until the end of the war, it was the home of the secret police of the district of Cologne, and somehow miraculously wasn't hit by any bombs during the war. Presently it is the place where the Cologne NS Documentation Centre is with numerous areas; including the memorial Gestapo Prison in the basement of the house, which had been one of the best kept prisons of the NS times, with over 1800 inscriptions on the walls that yell out the horror of torture, persecution and murder. The center has received numerous awards, some internationally, because of its permanent display called "Cologne in the times of National Socialism" and for the many rotating exhibitions.

  • St. Ursula
    Saint Ursula, which means little bear in Latin, was a British Christian saint, with the feast day on October 21st in the Catholic church. Although the information lacks completeness about the group of holy virgins that were killed in Cologne, Germany, their commemoration was left out of the Catholic calendar of saints, but they are listed in the Catholic church's saints. This particular young woman is believed to have been the daughter of King Donaut of Dumnonia in south west England, herself being a Romano-British princess, setting sail for the province of Brittany, to marry her future husband, a pagan governor named Conan Meriadoc of Amorica; bringing with her 11,000 virgins as handmaidens. A unbelievable storm brought her ship to a Gaul port in a single day, and she said that she would take a pan European pilgrimage before her marriage. Going to Rome, along with all her handmaidens and followers, she was able to talk the pope, Cyriacus, who isn't listed in the pontifical records, and Sulpicius, Bishop of Ravenna, to accompany them. They headed to Cologne, which at the time was being besieged by Huns, every virgin was beheaded in a terrible massacre. The leader of the Huns shot Ursula, in 383. This legend is based on a 4th or 5th century inscription in the Church of St. Ursula in Cologne telling that the old basilica had been rebuilt on the site of the virgins demise. The Catholic Encyclopedia writes about the incident, but nothing concrete is for sure. There is much discrepancy about the tale, and it is one of those tales that cannot be certain of the events or the people involved. To believe that 11,000 people, handmaidens of a princess, and all the regalia that goes with it, would have been an incredibly logistically impossible journey.

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  • Chocolate Museum (Imhoff - Schokoladenmuseum)Chocolate Museum Cologne, Germany
    The Imhoff Schokoladenmuseum, or Imhoff Chocolate Museum, was opened in 1993, by Hans Imhoff, in Cologne, Germany; showing the history of chocolate, from the earliest times used by the Olmecs, Mayans and Aztecs up to and including today's excellent sweets. The museum is part of the top ten museums of Germany, with 5000 guidances and over 600,000 visitors each year. There aren't any additional funds needed to keep the museum going, since it rents out its premises and has a marketing department that helps keep it returning monies. The museum is managed by the Schokoladenmuseum Koln GmbH, new partner since 2006 is the firm, Swiss chocolate producer, Lindt & Sprungli. The old partner was the Cologne chocolate maker Stollwerck. There is a small tropiarium that contains cacao trees, and numerous miniature production machines that show the process of making chocolate bars, that are handed out to visitors as they enter the museum. Another attraction is a chocolate fountain that has a server dipping in wafers and giving those to visitors. The entrance to the museum is where the gift shop is located, with so many kinds of chocolates that it would take a long time to try many of them, which the majority are from Lindt & Sprungli. There are valuable collectibles of porcelain and silver bowls that were made in the 18th and 19th centuries for drinking chocolate, as well as pre-Columbian Mesoamerican bowls. Historical machinery and hollow forms are seen that will make chocolate figures, and a great collection of historical vending machines.

  • Gross St. Martin
    The Great Saint Martin Church in Cologne, Germany is a wonderful Romanesque Catholic church that was started in 960 A.D., on an island that was located in the Rhine River, and it was later turned into a Benedictine monastery. The buildings and cross tower that was a landmark for the city's old town were built between 1150 and 1250. It was damaged quite a bit because of the bombing during WWII, but since that time has been reconstructed. The high tower looks out onto the crossroads of the Alstadt, and the choir areas with their clover-leaf motifs remind visitors of the Hoehnstaufen era. The square is home to bronze statues of two famous Cologne inhabitants, Shcal and Tunnes.

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  • Wallraf - Richartz MuseumWallraf-Richartz Museum Cologne, Germany
    The Wallraf-Richartz Museum is one of the three main museums in the city of Cologne, Germany, with a magnificent collection of fine art that starts in the medieval era and goes to the early 20th century. Some of its exciting pieces went to the formation of the Ludwig Museum that opened in 1976. One of the most exquisite paintings in the collection is the Madonna in the Rose Bower, made by Stefan Lochner, a German painter that live in Cologne from 1410 to 1451 and considered a late Gothic painter. His work showcases a clean appearance with Gothic attention to long flowing lines and beautiful colors, with the Flemish influence of realism that shows much attention to detail. The painting is one that exemplifies his style, and painted in 1450, with the Virgin and Child sitting in a blooming rose arbor that is surrounded by Lochner's favorite child angels. The former altarpiece of the Gross Saint Martin Church in Cologne was painted in 1515 by Jacob van Utrecht, and resides at the museum now. He is also known by another name, Jacobus Traicetensis, who was an early Renaissance Flemish painter that worked in Antwerp and Lubeck. Some of his other paintings has been signed by his surname, Claez. Not much is known about him, since any investigation into his history didn't start until the turn of the 20th century, and thoughts are that he was born in Utrecht. Other artists include Hieronymous Bosch, Gerard van Honthorst, Marianne Stokes, Vincent van Gogh, Rubens, Berthe Morisot and James Rosenquist. In 2008, the museum discovered that one of its works by Claude Monet, On the Banks of the Seine by Port Villez, was not the real thing. Using x-ray and infrared testing, the painting that was being restored for an upcoming Impressionist show, was found to have a colorless substance put on the canvas to make it look older than it was. The painting had been acquired in 1954, so the museum decided to keep it, since there were five other real Monets there.

  • St. Gereon
    St. Gereon's Basilica is located in Cologne, Germany and dedicated to the saint's life. It was started in 1067, and is one of the 12 great basilicas in the city that were constructed in the Romanesque architecture. It has the biggest dome in the west, between the Hagia Sophia in the 6th century and the Duomo of Florence in the 15th, and is about 65 feet long and 50 plus feet wide. It was built on top of Roman walls in 1227, and the walls can still be seen and the unique decagonal structure is well known. Ernst Seifert made an organ in the basilica in 1898, and Andreas Dilthey was one of the craftsmen that worked on the inside. Saint Gereon was martyred at Cologne in the early 4th century, by being beheaded on the orders of Emperor Maximian. Legend states that he was called the Golden saint, and he was believed to have been a soldier of the Theban Legion. Gregory of Tours, wrote in the 6th century that Gereon and his band of 50 were massacred at Agaunum by order of the emperor because they would not sacrifice to pagan gods so that they would win a battle.

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  • Roman - German MuseumRoman-German Museum Cologne, Germany
    One of the most famous and visited museums in the country of Germany, the Roman-German Museum in Cologne has a magnificent collection of historical relics and cultural artifacts that date back to the Roman era and the early middle ages. The rise of the Roman Empire created a plethora of portraits, architecture, sculptures, ceramics, inscriptions, statues and mosaics that are the pride of this museum. Some of the marvelous antiquities include the reconstructed tomb of Poblicius, 40 A. D. , and a wonderful mosaic that shows the world of Dionysos, 220 A.D., which was uncovered during the second World War, then covered again for its protection, and then uncovered when the war ended. The museum was then built around the beautiful mosaic. There are numerous featured exhibits that range from the prehistoric period to the middle ages, that includes the world's biggest collection of Roman glass vessels, early medieval jewelry and exquisite items of Roman jewelry. Close to the museum, underneath a glass dome, the Mikwe sits, a completely intact stone bath from a medieval Jewish site and in another structure close by is the Praetorium and a well preserved Roman sewer.

  • German Sport University Cologne and the Gay Games 2010
    The world's biggest sports university is located in Cologne, Germany, and is home to 6000 students and was started in 1947. The courses of study include; a diploma in sports science, teacher, BA in sports management and communications; BA in sports, health and prevention; BA in sports, adventure and movement; BA in sports and performance; MA in sports economics; MA in sport, media and communication research; MA in exercise and sport at the age; MA in health management and rehabilitation; MA in sport tourism and recreation management; MS in exercise science and coaching and a MS in sports technology. In the attached Hennes Weisweiler Academy, licenses for coaching in football, soccer, are available for the first and second Bundesliga. The campus looks more like an advertisement for athletes, with strong young fit bodies running everywhere, and the books at the bookshop contain titles like "Marathon - You can do it!" or "Mountain biking the Right Way".  Coming up in the end of July, 2010, are the Gay Games VIII that will be held in Cologne, Germany. Over 10,000 participants from 70 countries will be taking part in 35 sport and cultural events in this beautiful city. Based on the principles of personal best, participation and inclusion, the Gay Games have been going on for over 25 years now, allowing LGBT athletes and artists to have a great and exciting time with piers through fellowship, sports and culture. The first games were held in San Francisco, California in 1982, and take place every four years. These games are open to all, regardless of sexual orientation, age, or experience. It is an open invitation to all people that would like to experience the thrill and excitement of participating in cultural and sports events, regardless of their abilities. The team from Oregon will be gaining some valuable lessons and knowledge at the Portland Empower Fitness gym on January 9th, 2010, and invites all those that would like to get some great instruction and training to come out and take part in the events that will prepare you for the Gay Games in Cologne. You can even join the team for a nominal fee, get lessons and/or training, and then head over with them. Team Oregon 2010 has started a mission to get all those folks in Oregon and SW Washington to help represent those areas at the games, and are using Facebook to spread the word about the event and build up their membership. Matthew Mitcham, Olympic gold medalist has a video out that invites and encourages all individuals to come to the games either as a participant or spectator. This is a great way to learn about the games and visit the magnificent city of Cologne.

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