Презентация, доклад на Английском языке: Cologne is the city of my dream.

Презентация на Английском языке: Cologne is the city of my dream., предмет презентации: Английский язык. Этот материал в формате pptx (PowerPoint) содержит 16 слайдов, для просмотра воспользуйтесь проигрывателем. Презентацию на заданную тему можно скачать внизу страницы, поделившись ссылкой в социальных сетях! Презентации взяты из открытого доступа или загружены их авторами, администрация сайта не отвечает за достоверность информации в них, все права принадлежат авторам презентаций и могут быть удалены по их требованию.

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Cologne City of My DreamsGermany`s fourth-largest city, is thelargest city both in the German FederalState of North
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Cologne City of My Dreams

Germany`s fourth-largest city, is the
largest city both in the German Federal
State of North Rhine-Westphalia and
within the Rhine-Ruhr Metropolitan
Area, one of the major European
metropolitan areas with more than
ten million inhabitants.
Cologne is located on both sides of the
Rhine River,fewer than eighty kilometers
from Belgium. The city`s famous Cologne
Cathedral is the seat of the Catholic
Archbishop of Cologne. The University of
Cologne is one of Europe`s oldest and
largest universities.


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Cologne : so many different attractions !!!   This extremely old cathedral
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Cologne : so many different attractions !!! This extremely old cathedral city on the river Rhine is one of the most important commercial and cultural centers in western Germany. Cologne (Köln in German) is famous the world over for its 12 great Romanesque churches - especially the magnificent Cologne Cathedral - all an easy walk from the historic Old Town, and its university is one of the oldest and largest in Europe


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Dissected by the mighty River Rhine, Cologne can trace its roots back to the first century AD
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Dissected by the mighty River Rhine, Cologne can trace its roots back to the first century AD when it was established as a Roman provincial capital and military stronghold. This importance never really slowed, and today, the city remains one of Germany's most important cultural centers, home to numerous arts and entertainment facilities, along with more than 100 galleries and some 36 museums.


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1. Cologne's Old Town    1.Cologne CathedralAs you explore Cologne's numerous historic churches and museums,
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1. Cologne's Old Town

1.Cologne Cathedral

As you explore Cologne's numerous historic churches and museums, you'll crisscross the city's lovely Old Town quarters with its many unique charms. In addition to old churches such as Great St. Martin, you'll find yourself traversing countless quaint alleys lined with traditional old houses, many now home to boutique shops, galleries, cafés, and restaurants. And with its many pleasant paths along the Rhine, you'll find ample opportunity to enjoy great views as you plan your route through this ancient city. You'll also find yourself in awe of the countless monuments and fountains that adorn the area, along with its Archeological Zone with its many ancient ruins and artifacts.


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2.Editor's Pick The Cologne Cable Car      Since its establishment in 1957 as
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2.Editor's Pick The Cologne Cable Car

Since its establishment in 1957 as the first European cable car to cross a river - in this case, the Rhine - the Cologne cable car has carried a whopping 15 million passengers. The views are, of course, the big draw, particularly those of the Old Town and Cologne Cathedral. Easily accessible by public transport, one of the best ways to tackle this fun attraction is to consider it a one way trip, walking back to your starting point on the east or west bank of the Rhine. For more great views, a visit to Cologne Telecommunications Tower is worthwhile. Located northwest of Cologne's Old Town, Colonius, as it's known locally, is 243 meters high with a superb viewing platform and a revolving restaurant.
Address: Riehler Straße 180, 50735 Köln


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3. Old Town Hall   Cologne's Old Town Hall, the Kölner Rathaus, is the oldest such public
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3. Old Town Hall

Cologne's Old Town Hall, the Kölner Rathaus, is the oldest such public building in Germany. With a rich history dating back more than 900 years as the focal point of the ruling classes during medieval times, the building you see today reflects a number of different architectural influences, including the 14th-century main building, the 15th-century tower, and a Renaissance-style loggia and cloister. Even the 20th-century influences are pleasing, as seen in the atrium. Other highlights include the Hansasaal, or Hanseatic Hall, with its Gothic figures of eight prophets, the nine "good heroes" (pagan, Jewish, and Christian), and its sonorous carillon that plays three times each day.


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4. St. Pantaleon Church  Built in the 10th century on the site of an old Roman villa
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4. St. Pantaleon Church

Built in the 10th century on the site of an old Roman villa and restored in the 17th century, the Church of St. Pantaleon has many fascinating features, most notably the Tomb of the Empress Theophano, the wife of Otto II who died in 991 AD. St. Pantaleon is also famous as the former home to relics, including a collarbone, from Saint Alban. A shrine has been dedicated to the saint since the 10th century. A more modern shrine, this one dedicated to Josemaria Escriva of Opus Dei, was added in 2006. The stonework of the church is Romanesque and, along with its colorful ceiling murals, has led to the church being considered an art-historically significant building.


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5. Altenberg Cathedral  Just six kilometers away from its famous cousin in Cologne, Altenberg Cathedral, also
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5. Altenberg Cathedral

Just six kilometers away from its famous cousin in Cologne, Altenberg Cathedral, also known as the Bergischer Dom, is one of the finest examples of Early Gothic architecture in the Rhineland. Built in 1259, its richly furnished interior is well worth a visit. Other highlights include its Gothic stained glass and its many tombs of princes and abbots. Although not strictly speaking a formal cathedral - no bishop has ever sat here - it earned the title thanks to its imposing dimensions and is unique in Europe in that both Protestant and Catholic congregations share it.


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6. Botanical Gardens & FloraTravelers with green thumbs will naturally navigate to the Botanical Gardens & Flora,
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6. Botanical Gardens & Flora

Travelers with green thumbs will naturally navigate to the Botanical Gardens & Flora, but any visitor will enjoy a stroll through Cologne’s oldest and most traditional park. The botanical gardens and flora used to be separate complexes but were combined into the botanical garden in 1920. The garden today contains more than 10,000 species of plants in a variety of settings, ranging from greenhouses to exotic gardens to rainforests. The historic building Flora was recently renovated and is now an elegant event center. The botanical garden is located in north Cologne near the cable car terminus.


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7. Romisch-Germanisches MuseumThe Romisch-Germanisches Museum may be located in a modern building, but its interior contains parts
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7. Romisch-Germanisches Museum

The Romisch-Germanisches Museum may be located in a modern building, but its interior contains parts of original Roman facilities, making it an archeological site as well as a repository for ancient artifacts. The museum was built so as to protect the site of an old Roman villa. A Dionysius mosaic can be found in the basement, while a section of an old Roman road is outside. The museum’s mission is to protect Cologne’s Roman heritage, which includes not only facilities but also items such as utensils and tools the Romans used in daily living.


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8. Hohenzollern BridgeOf the seven bridges that cross the Rhine River in Cologne, the Hohenzollern Bridge is
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8. Hohenzollern Bridge

Of the seven bridges that cross the Rhine River in Cologne, the Hohenzollern Bridge is the most famous thanks to its location near the cathedral. The construction of the original bridge took place from 1907 to 1911. In 1945, German military engineers blew up the bridge when Allied troops began their assault on Cologne. Just three years later the bridge was partially repaired and in 1959 the Hohenzollernbrücke was completely reconstructed. Due to its location near Cologne’s main train station about 1200 trains pass here every day. A pedestrian walkway allows visitors to cross the Rhine for a beautiful view of the skyline of Cologne.


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9. Cologne CathedralEasily the most famous church in Germany, Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) has been Cologne’s most
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9. Cologne Cathedral

Easily the most famous church in Germany, Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) has been Cologne’s most prominent landmark for centuries. The cathedral stands on the site of a 4th century Roman temple, followed by a church commissioned by Maternus, the first Christian bishop of Cologne. Construction of the present Gothic church began in 1248 and took, with interruptions, more than 600 years to complete. Two huge towers, completed in 1880, dominate Cologne’s skyline; it is the city’s second highest building.


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Breaking down the population shows that women outnumber men in Cologne, although not by a significant amount.
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Breaking down the population shows that women outnumber men in Cologne, although not by a significant amount. For every 1,000 males, there are 1,046 females within this city. Over 36% of Cologne’s total population is made up of migrants. There are over 81,000 people from Turkey, over 25,000 from Italy, and over 18,000 from Poland.


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There are also populations of people from Greece, Servia, Bulgaria, Iraq, Syria, Russia and other countries. Throughout its history, Cologne has primarily seen growth
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There are also populations of people from Greece, Servia, Bulgaria, Iraq, Syria, Russia and other countries. Throughout its history, Cologne has primarily seen growth in its population. There were, however, periods of decline between the 1930s and 1940s and again between the 1940s and 1950s. There was also a drop in population during the late 1970s through 1990. However, in recent years, the city has seen steady growth, with the 2016 population growing at a rate of 1.9% when compared to the previous year. Based on the steady increases since 2000, the population is expected to continue to grow as this city continues to draw in residents from all around the world.


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the most beautiful city I believe it is Cologne, since this is where there is the magnificent
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the most beautiful city I believe it is Cologne, since this is where there is the magnificent architecture of the 19th century, I advise everyone to visit this wonderful city


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The End
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The End


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