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Burg_Reichenstein (Foto: Friedrich Gier, Quelle: Rhein-Nahe Touristik)

Burg Reichenstein | Trechtingshausen

The most recent reconstruction of a mediaeval castle on the Rhine is situated in Trechtinghausen: Reichenstein

Schloss Monrepos (Foto: RRT/ Katharina Schattner, Quelle: Tourist-Information Neuwied)

Schloss Monrepos | Neuwied

Built by the Princes of Wied-Neuwied in the year 1757, the centrepiece of the Monrepos Palace in Neuwied has today, following a controlled burning...

Reichsburg (Foto: Tourist-Information Ferienland Cochem, Quelle: Tourist-Information Ferienland Cochem)

Cochem Castle | Cochem

The contours of the neo-gothic building rise more than about 330 ft above the river Moselle on an outstanding hill. The silhouette of the towering...

Schloss Philippsburg (Foto: Foto Derdzinski, Quelle: Loreley-Touristik e.V.)

Schloss Philippsburg | Braubach

Philippsburg Castle, which was derelict in the 18th century and had undergone major change through the refurbishment measures carried out from...

Stumm-Orgel in der Kirche in Mülheim (Quelle: Wein- und Ferienregion Bernkastel-Kues GmbH )

Stumm-Orgel in der evangelischen Kirche Mülheim an der Mosel | Mülheim an der Mosel

The so-called “Stumm-Orgel” is an organ dating from 1890. It is thus one of the last works of the important organ maker family Stumm. The one...

Amphitheater in Trier (Quelle: Trier Tourismus und Marketing GmbH)

Amphitheater (UNESCO World Heritage) | Trier, Stadt Trier

Beyond the medieval city wall lies the Roman Amphitheater. Cruel games with animal and gladiator combats were conducted here popular public...

Muttergottes im Hochaltar (Foto: Dr. Luzie Bratner, Mainz, Quelle: Rheinhessen-Touristik GmbH)

Catholic Parish Church of St. Mariä Himmelfahrt | Biebelnheim

The high altar of the Barock church includes a wonderful figure of Mary made of Lime-wood which was made along the Oberrhein about 1470.

Historische Metzgergasse (Foto: Rolf Schädler, Quelle: Tourist, Kongress- und Saalbau GmbH)

Historische Metzgergasse | Neustadt/Weinstrasse

A very narrow street leading from the market square to the Kunigundenstrasse containing a number of archways displaying old guild signs. The...

Burg Rheinberg (Foto: B. Wüst, 2003 aus EBIDAT , Quelle: Tourist Information Lorch am Rhein)

Burg Rheinberg | Lorch am Rhein

Strongly contested in the 13th and 14th centuries, repeatedly occupied and often subjected to severe destruction, in the site above Lorch, in...

Nikolaikirche (Quelle: Tourist Information Alzeyer Land)

St. Nikolai | Alzey

Services: Saturdays 17:00 and Sundays 10:00

Key on request (telephone).

Information: Church office

Kaiserpfalz Ingelheim (Foto: Dieter Wolf / Archimedix, Quelle: Tourist-Information Ingelheim)

Imperial Palace | Ingelheim am Rhein

Built in around 785 AD by Charlemagne, the palace was used as an imperial residence until 1375. The large Carolingian building with its aula regia...

Heimatmuseum 2 (Foto: Tourist-Information Stromberg, Quelle: Naheland-Touristik GmbH)

Heimatmuseum Stromberg | Stromberg

Former forester's house. The exhibit leads by the city history, Roman excavations, medieval relics, school class about 1900, watchmaker's...

Burgruine Wegelnburg Dahner Felsenland - 2 (Quelle: Tourist-Information Dahner Felsenland)

Burgruine Wegelnburg | Nothweiler

near Schönau and Nothweiler

At an elevation of 572 meters the Wegelnburg castle stretches along a mountain ridge. It is the highest...

Burganlage Freudenburg (1) (Foto: Saar-Obermosel-Touristik, Quelle: Saar-Obermosel-Touristik e.V.)

Ruins of Freudenburg Castle | Freudenburg

King John of Bohemia, Count of Luxembourg, had the “Freyding” fortress built in the year 1337 to protect the border and control the military road...

Pauluskirche mit barockem Turm (Quelle: Gesundheit und Tourismus für Bad Kreuznach GmbH)

Pauluskirche | Bad Kreuznach

St. Paul’s Church (Pauluskirche), now Protestant, is a gothic building with a three-span roof. It was built as the parish church for Count Johann...

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