Reviews Jewish Quarter in Cologne is to become a World Heritage Site

16:20  05 november  2020
16:20  05 november  2020 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

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The history of the Jews in Cologne is conjectured to date back possibly as far as the late Roman Empire, and is officially documented from the period of the High Middle Ages.

A World Heritage Site is a landmark or area with legal protection by an international convention administered by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

The re-excavated Jewish quarter of Cologne from the Middle Ages is to be proposed as a World Heritage Site. The city of Cologne and the Rhineland Regional Association reportedly submitted a corresponding application to the state of North Rhine-Westphalia on Thursday. The country should put the quarter on the list of proposals for Unesco World Heritage Sites.

Blick auf die Ausgrabungsstelle des jüdischen Viertels auf dem Rathausplatz in Köln. © Rolf Vennenbernd / dpa / Archivbild View of the excavation site of the Jewish quarter on the Rathausplatz in Cologne.

Since 2007, archaeologists had excavated the medieval Jewish quarter on Rathausplatz in the center of the old town. These include the ruins of the dance house, hospital, bakery and synagogue. The researchers found many precious artifacts, such as a crescent-shaped, gem-set gold earring from the 11th century. A museum is currently being built over the site. The opening is planned for 2024, said a spokesman.

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. The Jewish Quarter and St. Procopius Basilica of Trebic bear witness to the coexistence of and interchange of values between the Jewish and Christian cultures from the Middle Ages until the Second World Those hours proved to be well spent in Trebic, a small town about an hour west from Brno.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites were created in 1978 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The only power which UNESCO has is to have a site delisted as a World Heritage Site , which has happened so far twice in its history.

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On a 600-meter-long tour, visitors should be able to see not only the Jewish quarter, but also the Roman governor's palace, which was rediscovered shortly after the Second World War. The governor's palace - the praetorium - is already the centerpiece of an application for the Unesco world cultural heritage «Lower Germanic Limes».

The Limes ran along the Rhine for 385 kilometers from Remagen to the confluence at Katwijk an Zee. The praetorium was the government center of the Roman province of Lower Germany.

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