Store Cologne

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TASCHEN Store Cologne

Hohenzollernring 28
50672 Cologne
Germany

Tel +49-221-257 33 04
store-koeln(at)taschen.com

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Opening hours:
Monday to Saturday 10am to 8pm

November 2nd: 1pm - 6pm
December 7th: 1pm - 6pm

The store will be closed due to public holidays:
June 19th (Corpus Christi)
October 3rd (Day of German Unity)
November 1st (All Saints’ Day)
December 25th (Christmas Day)
December 26th (Boxing Day)
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