From Liege to Cologne the country exhibited one boundless harvest.
It was tried on a wire laid across the Rhine between Deutz and Cologne.
They journeyed to London by way of Cologne, arriving by the end of May.
More important was Stephen Lochner, who died at Cologne in 1451.
Erasmus was perhaps present; in any case he accompanied the Emperor to Cologne.
I saw a fire in Cologne; you would have laughed your head off!
The streets of Cologne are exceedingly narrow, and there are no sidewalks—or scarcely any.
In the distance, too, in the direction in which Rollo pointed, lay the town of Cologne.
With the appearance of Franco at Cologne, there is something new in music.
We found the dining-room at Cologne station crowded with Cologneists.