Cologne, Germany

St. Andreas' Church, Cologne, Germany

When founded in 960 AD St. Andreas' Church stood outside Cologne's City Walls. The Walls have long since gone and it now is just as stone's throw from the Cathedral.

Architecturally, the Church marks the end of the Romanesque period and the start of the Gothic and has style which is a mixture of the two. Of all of Cologne's City Centre Romanesque Church it is St. Andreas' which survived World War II the best, despite being only a few steps from both the Cathedral and the Railway Station.

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