Cologne, Germany

St. Mariä Himmelfahrt Church, Cologne, Germany

Unusually for Cologne this Church, which stands across the Station Plaza from the Cathedral, is Baroque rather than Romanesque or Gothic. The majority dates to between 1618 and 1689 and the picture shown is actually the east end of the Church, rather than the main west front.

Like the rest of Cologne's Churches, damage was done during World War II, but mostly to the interiors which have since been restored.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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