King Friedrich Wilhelm IV equestrian statue



At the entrance to the Hohenzollernbrücke bridge on the east bank of the Rhine stands an equestrian statue of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV (1795 – 1861), who ruled Prussia from 1840 until his death. He was succeeded on the throne by his brother Wilhelm I, whose equestrian statue is just a few meters away. Both of the statues previously stood at the former Dombrücke bridge.

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  • for Groups

  • for Class

  • for families

  • for individual guests

  • Suitable for Pushchair

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Entrance Free

Parking facilities

The walk from Cologne main station takes about 12 minutes.

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King Friedrich Wilhelm IV equestrian statue
50679 Köln

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