Cologne (Germany)

Cologne (German: Köln) is Germany's fourth-largest city after Berlin, Hamburg and Munich. Cologne lies at the River Rhine and is the largest city both in the German Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia and within the Rhine-Ruhr Area, one of the largest European metropolitan areas with almost 12 million inhabitants.

Cologne is the economic and cultural capital of the Rhineland and has one of Europe's most vibrant and thriving art scenes. Cologne counts over 30 museums and hundreds of galleries. Exhibitions range from local Ancient Roman archeological findings to contemporary graphics and sculpture.

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Star Wars Identities Exhibition in Cologne (2 km), Bonn (Germany) (26 km), Düsseldorf (Germany) (34 km), Zeche Zollverein (61 km), Aachen (Germany) (63 km), Eberbach Abbey (126 km), Rüdesheim am Main (Germany) (126 km), Saalburg Roman Fort (136 km), Mainz (Germany) (140 km), International Motor Show (IAA) (151 km), Helicopter flight over Frankfurt (152 km), Frankfurt Airport (152 km), Frankfurt (Germany) (153 km), Hanau (Germany) (165 km), Warburg and Wilhelmsthal Calden (166 km), Ronneburg (Germany) (168 km), Büdingen (Germany) (168 km), Darmstadt (Germany) (169 km), Alzenau (Germany) (177 km), Gelnhausen (Germany) (177 km)

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