The St. Castor Basilica is the oldest surviving church in Koblenz. The monastery church was consecrated in 836 and was the scene of many important historical events. The St. Castor monastery was a meeting and mediation point for emperors and kings, as well as their descendants.
Église Notre-Dame ("The Church of Our Lady") is a Roman Catholic parish church located on Rue de la Paix, in Calais, department of Pas-de-Calais, in northern France. In the Tudor architectural tradition, it dates from the 12th century, and chiefly from the 14th century.
Ehrenbreitstein Fortress. The fortress on the rocky promontory high above the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle radiates a magical attraction. A lively cultural centre awaits visitors with cultural as well as culinary delights. Extensive grounds, the historic fortress and a breath-taking panorama await you.
The Electoral Palace. The Electoral Palace in Koblenz is one of the most important palatial buildings in the French early Classicism style in south-western Germany, and is one of the last residential palaces that was built in Germany shortly before the French revolution.
Joseph Görres in 1838 Stein used the Merkur at the time of the meeting of the congress of Vienna to give expression to his hopes. But Hardenberg, in May 1815, warned Görres to remember that he was not to arouse hostility against France, but only against Napoleon.
Das Kaiserin-Augusta-Denkmal in Koblenz wurde zu Ehren von Augusta von Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach, der Gattin Wilhelms I. und deutschen Kaiserin, errichtet. Das Denkmal steht im südlichen Abschnitt der von Augusta als Landschaftspark initiierten Rheinanlagen im Stadtteil Südliche Vorstadt und wurde am 18. Oktober 1896, sechs Jahre nach ihrem Tod, eingeweiht.
Koblenz Christmas Market . Six tranquil Koblenz old town squares, over 100 festive and glittering Christmas houses - plus gingerbread hearts and bright lights: Germany’s oldest city turns into a strolling paradise for romantics at Christmas time.
Lahneck Castle (German: Burg Lahneck) is a medieval fortress located in the city of Lahnstein in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, south of Koblenz. The 13th-century castle stands on a steep rock salient above the confluence of the Lahn River with the Rhine, opposite Stolzenfels Castle, in the district of Oberlahnstein.
Koblenz Koblenz - gate to the Unesco Upper Middle Rhine Valley World Heritage. Koblenz - embedded in the Unesco Upper Middle Rhine Valley World Heritage - is one of the most beautiful German cities. It is located at the confluence of the rivers Rhine an Mosel called "Deutsches Eck".
The Moselle Viaduct (German: Moseltalbrücke) carries the Bundesautobahn 61 over a meander of the river Moselle, connecting the Hunsrück and Eifel mountain ranges. It was built between 1969 and 1972 between the German villages Winningen and Dieblich, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southwest of Koblenz, where the river Moselle flows into the river Rhine.
The Old Castle (German: Alte Burg) is a former electoral water castle in the German city of Koblenz, dating to the 13th century. The lowland castle is located in Koblenz's old town on the banks of the Moselle near the Baldwin Bridge. Only the Burghaus ("castle house") has survived; today it houses the city archives.
Koblenz city centre is around 8 kilometres away and the Old Town holds many cultural attractions, such as the famous Deutsches Eck. Throughout the day, the Remstecken's restaurant offers a range of French and German cuisine, as well as game dishes from the local hunting grounds.
im Rheinischen Fastnachtsmuseum im historischen Kehlturm des Fort Konstantin am Fuße der Karthause . Geschichte des Rheinischen Fastnachtsmuseum. Alleine in Koblenz sind 44 Karnevals- und Möhnengesellschaften dem Dachverband Arbeitsgemeinschaft Koblenzer Karneval e.V. (AKK) angeschlossen.
The Romanticum is an interactive exhibition where you can be creative, make things, take photographs and even sing: You can rehearse the Loreley song in a cosy side room in a karaoke exhibit and hear it through a gramophone as they would have done 100 years ago.
The ruins of Sayn Castle (German: Burg Sayn), the 12th century family castle of the counts of Sayn and Sayn-Wittgenstein, are in Sayn, part of the borough of Bendorf on the Rhine, between Koblenz and Neuwied in the county of Mayen-Koblenz in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate
Sayn Palace. The reconstruction of the palace, that had been destroyed during World War II was completed in summer 2000. Now the splendor of Sayn Palace (Schloss Sayn) is restored. Together with the castle hill and the park the neo-gothic residence of the Princes of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn is the centerpiece of a romantic ideal landscape.
The ruins of Thurant Castle (German: Burg Thurant, also Thurandt) stand on a wide hill spur made from slate above the villages of Alken on the Moselle in Germany. The castle is located within the county of Mayen-Koblenz in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate) and belongs to the spur castle type.
Vater Rhein und Mutter Mosel gehen eine Verbindung ein Auf die damalige preußische Königin und spätere Kaiserin Augusta geht das Monument Vater Rhein und Mutter Mosel zurück. Sicherlich sah sie in dieser Verbindung auch etwas ganz persönliches, ihre Ehe mit Kaiser Wilhelm, die zwar Kinder hervorbrachte, ansonsten aber nicht unbedingt harmonisch und mit Liebe erfüllt verlief.
The Volcano Park in Mayen-Koblenz (German: Vulkanpark) is a geopark in the rural district of Mayen-Koblenz in the eastern Vulkan Eifel, Germany. It was founded in 1996 and wraps around the Laacher See (between Brohl-Lützing, Andernach, Plaidt, Mendig and Mayen).