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Who has not seen Cologne,
Germany has not seen.

This old Roman saying it will, because there is an incredible amount to see in Cologne. On these pages we want you on the city of Cologne, Current Events in Cologne. what else you can do in Cologne, as well as learn about the attractions in Cologne and the Cologne region.

Cologne (until 1919 also Cologne, under the Romans until oppidum Ubiorum then CCAA, Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium, in the Middle Ages in Latin Colonia Agrippina and German Coellen and called in the Cologne dialect Kölle mostly) is the country's fourth largest in terms of area, the third largest city in Germany as well as the largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia. The city is famous for its 2000-year history, its cultural and architectural heritage, and for its major international events.
Besides being a seat of secular and ecclesiastical power to the importance of Cologne also contributed to the situation on the Rhine, and at the intersection of major east-west trade routes. The city has been an important trading location and is now the junction with the highest railway traffic and the largest container transshipment station and Germany, the trade station Cologne Eifeltor. The Rhine ports are among the most important inland ports in Europe.

Cologne has an economic and cultural center of international importance and is considered one of the leading centers for the global art market. The carnival city is also home to many organizations and media company with numerous television stations, record labels and publishing houses.

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