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    Cölln is located in Germany. Cölln was the twin city of Old Berlin (Altberlin) from the 13th century to the 18th century. Cölln was located on the Fisher Island section of Spree Island, opposite Altberlin on the western bank of the River Spree, until the cities were merged by Frederick I of Prussia to form Berlin in 1710.

  2. The Treaties of Cölln and Mewe, concluded in 1454 and 1455, transferred the Neumark (New March) from the State of the Teutonic Order to the Electorate of Brandenburg. The Teutonic Knights had received the area as a pawn from Brandenburg in 1402, and as a possession in 1429. Financial shortages due to the onset of the Thirteen Years' War (1454 ...

  3. Cölln,_Ludwig_Friedrich_August_von.jpg ‎ (314 × 449 píxeles; tamaño de archivo: 122 kB; tipo MIME: image/jpeg) Este es un archivo de Wikimedia Commons , un depósito de contenido libre hospedado por la Fundación Wikimedia .

  4. Cölln’s. Germany’s oldest oyster bar. Fish and seafood have been sold at “Cölln’s” in the old town for 250 years. Hardly any other restaurant has a more impressive history than “Cölln’s” near the city hall. Around 30,000 hand-painted tiles decorate the walls and floors of the restaurant, which is now a protected historic ...

  5. Mannweiler-Cölln is a municipality in the Donnersbergkreis district, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Culture and sights. The Protestant Church of Mannweiler-Cölln (built 1860–61) Catholic Chapel (Kleiner Böhl 2). Chapel room in old Catholic schoolhouse, made 1741 by conversion of a farmhouse.

  6. 05/03/2015 · En middelalderlig by, der var beliggende på den ø, der ligger i floden Spree, lige overfor det middelalderlige Berlin, og som havde Nikolaiviertel og Molkenmarkt som centrum. I senmiddelalderen voksede de to byer sammen til dobbeltbyen Berlin-Cölln, der sammen udviklede sig til dagens storby Berlin. I 1237 nævnes Cölln første gang skriftligt, og dette årstal har siden været gældende ...

  7. Durante la Edad Media, la doble ciudad de Berlín/Cölln se situaba a ambos lados del río Spree, Cölln al oeste y Berlín al este.El castillo medieval se edificó en el límite noroeste de la primera, no obstante, a medida que la ciudad creció, la residencia electoral acabó situándose en el centro de Berlín (Cölln fue absorbida en 1710).