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Cologne Cathedral - stretching up to 157 metres each, has been the city's most well-known landmark for hundreds of years and the most famous architectural monument in Deutschland. Address: Domkloster 3, 50667 Cologne

Praetorium - A visit is similar for "taking a time-machine back to Roman age". From the gateways of the Kleine Budengasse, there is also a path to an old sewer system, showing the engineering knowledge of Roman builders. Address: ‎Kleine Budengasse, 50667 Köln, Germany‎

Roman Tower - The Roman Tower is a magnificent example for the Roman fortresses and symbolized the northwest edge of the Roman Cologne. The northwestern corner tower was built in the 100 A.D. It is also well-known for its preserved mosaic art. Address: Am Römerturm 1, Köln

Römisch- Germanisches Museum - The Römisch-Germanisches Museum provides an impressive overview of the history of the Romans across the Rhine. Address: Am Hof 1, Köln

City Hall, Hansasaal – This defined area suffered massive damage during the 1939-1945 War and underwent extensive renovation until 1972. Address: Alter Markt 50667, Köln

Overstolzenhaus - The Romanesque patrician's resident was constructed in the twenties of the 13th Century. Nowadays, the resident is populated by the Cologne Media College. Address: Rheingasse 50676

Gürzenich Hall - After the reconstruction in 1997, the Gürzenich with its colorful history and honored overall impression gives a festive setting for glamorous festivities and occasions, from a social event to an national congress. The place is named after its former owner. Address: Quatermarkt 50667

Weltstadthaus - The complex is a real masterpiece, which is situated in the city centre. The glass dome lays weightlessly on the humongous rooftop. 4,900 square meters glass balance themselves and mediate the airiness of the building. Address: Schildergasse 65

Lanxess Arena - The KölnArena events dome, which was established in 1998, is one of Cologne's highlights on the east bank of the Rhine: the glazed building is dominated by a steel arch, 78 meters tall, which shadows the surrounding countryside. Address: Deutz-Mülheimer Str. 2