Discovering the remains of the city that was bombed and destroyed over ninety per cent of its entirety
Köln, home of the German carnival and beer, is one of Europe’s most popular travel destinations, mainly for the influential and famous cathedral. However, this city hides scars that lead back to WWII and the sad past of racial laws. These marks, these aberrant signs still clearly visible in many of the city’s buildings and structures, remind us of suffering and destruction. We discover the role of this city during the devastating war that shook the world.
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