St. Pantaleon

www.sankt-pantaleon.de/

Am Pantaleonsberg 6, 50676 Cologne

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9./10./12. Jh.

Pre-Romanesque
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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.

You will find more information at romanische-kirchen-koeln.de

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

 

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