St. Pantaleon

Am Pantaleonsberg 6, 50676 Cologne

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St. Pantaleon

The church of the former Benedictine abbey St. Pantaleon is in the extant cloister district.
The Ottonian hall church with a westwork in the 12th century was extended into a three-nave basilica, which accommodates the graves of Archbishop Bruno (brother of Emperor Otto I) and Empress Theophanu.
Westwork and renovations originate form the Staufer and baroque period.

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Author: Förderverein Romanische Kirchen Köln e.V.
Last changed on 11.11.2019


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