I visited this museum in 2013 and it was an overwhelming experience of how a space can affect your experience of a subject. The manner in which the museum is integrated into the former church not only highlights the new architecture but brings out the old. It felt serene and beautiful and religious. The architecture so poetically provides a space to the Christian art. I frequently remember this museum as one of the most beautiful spaces I have ever been.

The Kolumba (previously Diözesanmuseum, "Diocesan Museum") is an art museum in CologneGermany. It is located on the site of the former St. Columba church, and run by the Archdiocese of Cologne. It is one of the oldest museums in the city, alongside the Wallraf-Richartz Museum.[1]