Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum

The Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum is a museum of ethnography in , . It was reopened in 2010. The museum arose from a collection of over 3500 items belonging to ethnographer Wilhelm Joest.

Landmarks in the Area

The Schnütgen Museum in , is devoted to Christian religious art, mainly medieval, but some parts of the collection, such as its textiles and prints, extend from antiquity to the modern period.

St. Cecilia's Church is one of the twelve Romanesque churches in Cologne’s old city, maintained by the Foundation of Romanesque Churches in Cologne.

St Peter's Church is a Roman Catholic church in , run by the Jesuits.

The Cologne Public Library is among the biggest and most important public libraries in .

Cologne Cathedral is a Catholic cathedral in , , .

Localities in the Area

The Belgian Quarter is an inner city district of , Germany.

The Cologne borough of Deutz, is a part of central , , and was once an independent town. 's headquarters are in Deutz.

Bayenthal is a neighbourhood of , and part of the district of Rodenkirchen.

Hürth is a town in the , , .

Zündorf is a suburb of , and part of the district of Porz.

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