Schnütgen Museum Cologne, Germany 1130-60
Built in 1130-60 as a house for noble canonesses, it later became an Augustinian convent. Today the church shelters the Schnütgen Museum, an excellent collection of medieval religious art.
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- Schnütgen MuseumCäcilienkircheChurch of St. Cecilia
- 50.934600° N, 6.951750° E
- Cäcilienstraße 29D-50667
Solo Church Crawling in ColognePosted December 21, 2007 by Holly Hayes Part of: Winter in Germany
David has been sick with a nasty cold all week, so we haven't been on any further car trips since my last report. And as bad timing would have it, we have had beautiful weather this week - clear and sunny every day, although very cold. Highs are only in the 20s F and the frost is building up in layers so it looks like…
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