Shrines and Stones from St. Pantaleon



In the Museum Schnütgen, the Romanesque churches of St. Pantaleon and St. Cäcilien enter into a dialogue via loans.

As precious loans from St. Pantaleon, one of Cologne’s twelve large Romanesque churches, the museum is showing the two reliquary shrines of Saints Albinus and Maurinus, as well as three fragments of the stone sculptures from the church’s 11th-century west façade. They are among the oldest examples of post-antique monumental sculpture in Cologne.

The Church of St. Pantaleon is currently undergoing extensive restoration work, which offers the opportunity to view the two magnificent pieces of 12th-century Cologne goldsmithing from there, together with works of the same period from the museum’s own collection.

Dates overview

Sunday, the 14.04.2024

10:00 - 18:00

Tuesday, the 16.04.2024

10:00 - 18:00

Wednesday, the 17.04.2024

10:00 - 18:00

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