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Brauerei Zub Malzmuhle
I got back from my trip to Germany almost 2 weeks ago. While in Germany my brother and I were collecting pins from Beer Halls that we visited. Some had pins, some didn't. When we visited Malzmuhle they had pins for sale but of course that night the manager was not there to open the case to sell them to us.
I went on their website- (http://www.muehlenkoelsch.de/flash_start.htm) and tried sending an e-mail but it doesn't seem to work and it is also quite hard to understand since I do not speak or read German.
Is there any way that someone could check out the site and let me know of a way to contact the Brewery? Or if someone is in Cologne maybe they could pick up a couple of the Muhlen pins and send them to me? I am willing to pay for the pins of course etc...
Thanks in advance for your help!
Re: Brauerei Zub Malzmuhle
you crazy americans *g my former hostbrother collected the beer-Deckel on which the glasses are placed *g
I will try to get a couple pins for you...
let me know by mail, what exacely you are looking for..
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When I was planning the trip,...
When I was planning the trip, I saw pictures and read of the Cathedral, and decided I had to see it. When we were driving in from Amsterdam, you could see it from miles away! You won't be disappointed! Walking through the Cathedral and lighting candles for my family...
MediaPark is the recent urban development project in Cologne constructed in the 1990s on the 200,000 m2 area of the former area occupied by the railway freight depot. The complex consists of several centres for information, communication and media technology, a large park with a lake, and a large cinema (Cinedom).
Today roughly 5,000 people work here in some 250 companies that are located in the MediaPark. There are approximately 4.5 million visitors per year.
The urban development concept was designed by the German-Canadian architect E. Zeidler, and buildings were realised by renowned architects. The highest building of the complex, The Köln Turm skyscraper, was designed by French architect Jean Nouvel.
MediaPark was the last on my list of things I was showing to Sabsi - we were there on Saturday evening and the area was very alive thanks to numerous small restaurants and the giant multiplex cinema.
The other train station and services
There are two train stations in Cologne, Koln Hbf and Koln-Deutz. Deutz is the smaller and is less likely to have the service you need. They are located on either side of the Rhine and are 10 mins walk on foot.
Services from Munich arrive at Deutz, most services though leave from the main station including the ICE to Amsterdam.
In the old...
In the old city, in a historic building.
Quick and fresh! 'Leberkäse mit bratkartoffeln und salat'
Nice livercheese with baked potato's an salad. And lots of it. No wine, just Kölsch!
Is one of the most well-known architectural monuments in Germany and has been Cologne's most famous landmark for centuries. Construction of the gothic church began in the 13th century and took, with interruptions, more than 600 years. The two towers are 157m tall, the cathedral is 144m long and 86m wide.
It was built on the site of a 4th century Roman temple, a square edifice known as the 'oldest cathedral' and commissioned by Maternus, the first Christian bishop of Cologne.
The present cathedral was built to house the relics of the Magi, brought to Cologne from Italy by Archbishop Rainald von Dassel in 1164. The foundation stone was laid on August 15, 1248, by Archbishop Konrad von Hochstaden. The choir was consecrated in 1322. After this initial rapid progress, construction work gradually came to a standstill, and by the year 1560, only a torso had been built. It was only with 19th century romantic enthusiasm for the Middle Ages and the commitment of the Prussian Court that construction work resumed in 1842 with the addition of the towers and other substantial parts of the cathedral. The completion of Germany's largest cathedral was celebrated as a national event in 1880, 632 years after construction had began. The celebration was attended by Emperor Wilhelm I.
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