Cologne


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  • noun

Synonyms for Cologne

a commercial center and river port in western Germany on the Rhine River

a perfumed liquid made of essential oils and alcohol

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Thomas Muller added to the pain with a fourth for Bayern, as Cologne fans lit smoke bombs and spilled on to the pitch in protest.
Including estimates for the last day of the show, the trade fair drew 115,000 visitors to Cologne.
uk, PO Box Street, L69 3EB The relationship was reaffirmed in 2002 when the then council leader, Cllr Mike Storey, and Cologne mayor Fritz Schramma re-signed the pact.
Furthermore, the trade fair organiser in Cologne has added a preview day on January 17, 2011.
The Wildlife Conservation Society has confessed that they are using CK's cologne, Obsession for Men, to draw animals in front of remote cameras set up in the wilderness.
Cologne Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is Germany's top attraction with more than six million visitors a year.
Launching with an infrastructure to support expansion and sales growth, Atelier Cologne North America provides dynamic and entrepreneurial leadership with experienced personnel specialized in the luxury retail industry, according to the firm.
Ultra-conservative groups from around Europe were scheduled to join German nationalists in a "No to Islamifications" protest Saturday against plans for a large, domed mosque with two 177-foot-tall minarets in Cologne.
Since Art Cologne first made autumn a time to buy contemporary art, an increasingly large number of fairs have sprung up around it, and they have taken on a momentum of their own.
Resembling a monumental orangery, albeit with its proportions fashionably warped and morphed, the 130m long vitreous volume surges fluidly along Schildergasse, dipping in deference to St Antoniterkirche, before gathering and climaxing in an almost obscenely bulbous outcrop that has quickly become a new Cologne landmark.
Originally a Roman city, Cologne has transformed itself in recent times into a strong economic centre.
From today's historical distance, it would be easy to associate Koether's work with the rise of "bad painting," which had vocal proponents in Cologne, although this, too, would be a reductive reading, glossing over the complexities of her relationship to the genre.
Cologne is one of Germany's most historic cities, with its own dialect, its own style of beer brewing and a fun-loving character which is particularly boisterous during the city's famous Carnival.
INTERMOT Cologne 2010 also saw rising number of exhibitors compared to the previous event, up by 4%, with 1,107 manufacturers from 40 countries (2008: 1,068 from 38 countries) presenting 1,596 brands, including Aprilia, BMW, Derbi, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Peugeot, Piaggio, Suzuki, Triumph, Vespa, Yamaha, as well as Taiwanese labels as KYMCO, SYM, PGO, TGB.
Throughout December, Cologne offers its visitors seven festive markets - dozens of huts packed with a fabulous array of food, drink, and handmade arts and crafts.