(active 1190s in Cologne)

View from the north-east

after 1192
St. Aposteln, Cologne

The former collegiate church is dedicated to the twelve Apostles. It is one of the twelve Romanesque churches built in Cologne in that period. The church has a basilical plan of nave and aisles, and like St. Maria im Kapitol, has three apses at the east end making a trefoil plan. There is a single tower of 67 metres at the west.

The church was constructed in the first third of the eleventh century. The eastern parts were built after 1192.

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