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This church may not look like much when you first step in, but it’s so central it’s worth a visit.
It’s the only remaining mendicant church in Cologne centre and is under the care of the Franciscans.
There are two mediaeval wall paintings on columns...More
I have been going to Cologne for many years and it's only now that I realise that there are so many interesting and beautiful churches in this city,the magnificent Dom is visited by most everyone who goes to Cologne but walking around just from the...More
The Minoritenkirche church is a triple-nave Gothic basilica completed in the 14th century. It is quite beautiful. There is a tryptich behind the the simple altar that is very beautiful. At the back of the church there is an impressive organ.
Located about a block away from the Cologne Cathedral, this surprisingly stark church offers a contrast to the cathedral in its simplicity. It also houses the tomb of Duns Scotus, one of the church's earliest theologians. Don't be surprised is you're the only person there;...More
In this church there is the tomb of the Blessed Duns Scotus, a great early mediaeval philosopher, known in his time as the "subtle doctor". Not hard to find; it's about halfway along one of the long walls.
He taught at Oxford. There's a memorial...More