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  2. Cölln - Wikipediaölln

    Cölln (German:) was the twin city of Old Berlin from the 13th century to the 18th century. Cölln was located on the Fisher Island section of Spree Island, opposite Altberlin on the western bank of the River Spree , until the cities were merged by Frederick I of Prussia to form Berlin in 1710.

  3. Fischerinsel - Wikipedia

    Fischerinsel ( German: [ˈfɪʃɐˌʔɪnzl̩], Fisher Island) is the southern part of the island in the River Spree which was formerly the location of the city of Cölln and is now part of central Berlin. The northern part of the island is known as Museum Island. Fischerinsel is normally said to extend south from Gertraudenstraße and is named ...

  4. Neukölln (locality) - Wikipediaölln_(locality)

    Vehicle registration. B. Neukölln[2](German:[nɔʏˈkœln]ⓘ; formerly Rixdorf), until 1920 an independent city, is a large inner-city quarter (Ortsteil)[3]of Berlinin the homonymous borough(Bezirk) of Neukölln,[4]including the historic village of Alt-Rixdorf and numerous Gründerzeitapartment blocks.

  5. Treaties of Cölln and Mewe - Wikipediaölln_and_Mewe

    The Treaties of Cölln and Mewe, concluded in 1454 and 1455, transferred the Neumark (New March) from the State of the Teutonic Order to the Electorate of Brandenburg. The Teutonic Knights had received the area as a pawn from Brandenburg in 1402, and as a possession in 1429.

  6. Cölln - Wikipediaölln

    Cölln. Cölln is een voormalige Duitse stad, sinds 1709 onderdeel van Berlijn . Het was oorspronkelijk de zusterstad van Berlijn, aan de andere kant van de rivier de Spree. De eerste vermelding van de stad dateert uit 12 37. [1] Het stadje op het Spree-eiland had stadsrechten, maar het is onbekend vanaf wanneer.

  7. 10 Things to do in Cologne (Köln) Germany - The Bucket List ...

    3) Visit one of the Municipal Museums. 4) Shop the Local Markets. 5) Visit Chocolate Heaven. 6) Lock in Your Love. 7) Kick it at the Deutsches Sport & Olympia Museum. 8) Indulge Your Sense of Smell. 9) Eat the Local Cuisine. 10) Drink Kölsch. How to Get Around in Cologne.

  8. Konrad Junghänel - Wikipediaänel

    Conductor. Academic teacher. Organizations. Cantus Cölln. Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln. Konrad Junghänel (born 27 February 1953) is a German lutenist and conductor in the field of historically informed performance, the founder and director of the vocal ensemble Cantus Cölln .

  9. Cologne travel - Lonely Planet | Germany, Europe

    Cologne (Köln) offers a mother lode of attractions, led by its famous cathedral whose filigree twin spires dominate the skyline. The city’s museum landscape is especially strong when it comes to art but also has something in store for fans of chocolate, sports and even Roman history. Cologne's people are known for their liberalism and joie ...

  10. Cologne Map (Köln) - Google My Maps

    This map was created by a user. Learn how to create your own. See a map of Cologne (Köln) in Germany including the main areas of interest and railway stations.

  11. Berlin's Medieval Origins - Archaeology Magazine

    Historians know from documents preserved in other towns in the region that the German capital began as two settlements, Berlin and Cölln, facing each other on opposite banks of the Spree.