It took almost 600 years to finish this monument, yet I sometimes tenderly refer to it as my little Sagrada Familia because it never seems to be completed once and for all. I think I’ve never seen Cologne Cathedral without any scaffolds somewhere.
The silhouette of its western towers has become a landmark of Cologne.
Here you see the whole picture. Cologne Cathedral is situated behind the Ludwig Museum on the left and the Hohenzollern Bridge on the right. The moment you realize how little the houses, cars and people are, you get an idea of its grandeur.
As soon I get around to it, I will do a whole big post about Cologne Cathedral. I already have a lot of photos, and a vision how to do it, but it needs my full attention and due diligence.