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Cologne, Germany, Jan. 2012 - PICTURED: Patrons view Stefan Lochner's "Madonna with the Violet" at the Kolumba Museum in Cologne Germany...Its hard to say what makes more impact: the Kolumba museums vertiginous mix of ancient religious and modern secular artworks, or its astounding, vintage-2007 building from the Pritzker-winning Swiss architect Peter Zumthor. Shift your gaze from an oversize, late-12th-century carved ivory crucifix to a neighboring untitled sculpture by the great Joseph Beuys, then take in the spires of the Cologne Dom cathedral, artfully framed in a nearby floor-to-ceiling window (Kolumbastrasse 4; 49-221-933-193-32; kolumba.de). (Photo © Jock Fistick)
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Cologne, Germany, Jan. 2012 - PICTURED: Patrons view Stefan Lochner's "Madonna with the Violet" at the Kolumba Museum in Cologne Germany...Its hard to say what makes more impact: the Kolumba museums vertiginous mix of ancient religious and modern secular artworks, or its astounding, vintage-2007 building from the Pritzker-winning Swiss architect Peter Zumthor. Shift your gaze from an oversize, late-12th-century carved ivory crucifix to a neighboring untitled sculpture by the great Joseph Beuys, then take in the spires of the Cologne Dom cathedral, artfully framed in a nearby floor-to-ceiling window (Kolumbastrasse 4; 49-221-933-193-32; kolumba.de). (Photo © Jock Fistick)