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Timelapse #4: What’s Happening to the Cologne Cathedral?

When we visited the city of Cologne, Germany in July 2017, we were enthralled by the medieval architecture, particularly of the Cologne Cathedral. In the thirteenth century it was planned a grand structure to house the reliquary of the Three Kings; that is, the bones of the Biblical Magi. We didn’t see these bones, but suggested to the prelate on site that someone should commission a DNA test on them, like they did with Richard III. Results could reveal intriguing facts, such as whether they lived healthy lives and got lots of exercise. The good father was not enthused.

But back to the cathedral itself. Standing outside on that balmy summer’s day, we noticed something alarming. So we filmed it. Let us know what you think.

Peter Bates

Peter Bates is a writer and photographer living in Florida. He is the administrator of this blog and runs the blog Stylus.

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  1. The blog post “What’s Happening to the Cologne Cathedral?” on HDR Bodega Photo offers an intriguing perspective on the Cologne Cathedral in Germany. Peter Bates captures the essence and dynamic atmosphere surrounding this historic landmark through his lens, likely sharing his personal experiences and observations during his visit.

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