Timeline of Cologne


The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Cologne, Germany.

Prior to the 14th century


14th-18th centuries


Map of Cologne, 1633


19th century


20th century


Overview of Cologne, April 1945

1900-1945

1946-1990s

21st century


See also


References


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