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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...

Schloß Veldenz hoch über der Mosel (Quelle: Wein- und Ferienregion Bernkastel-Kues GmbH )

Schloß Veldenz | Mülheim an der Mosel

Veldenz Castle is one of the biggest castles on the Moselle from the 12th century. It is situated about 5 km from wine-growing village Mülheim on...

Franzref Pfarrhaus (Foto: Tourist-Info Otterbach-Otterberg, Quelle: Fremdenverkehrszweckverband Pfälzer Bergland)

Franz.-ref. Pfarrhaus | Otterberg

This building, erected in 1720 by the largest parish in Otterberg at the time, housed two schoolrooms and the residences of the vicar and teacher...

Oberburg (Quelle: Tourist-Information Sonnige Untermosel)

Oberburg | Kobern-Gondorf

Picturesquely on a ridge, high enthroned above the Mosel, the upper castle, once the headquarters of the Lords of Kobern rises. While the place...

Kirchplatz (Foto: Tourist-Info Otterbach-Otterberg, Quelle: Fremdenverkehrszweckverband Pfälzer Bergland)

Kirchplatz Otterberg | Otterberg

Today the church square is the central point of the Old Town and is dominated by the solid sandstone frieze of the fountain upon wich the two...

Brückenhäuser Bad Kreuznach (Quelle: Gesundheit und Tourismus für Bad Kreuznach GmbH)

Brückenhäuser, Alte Nahebrücke, Neustadt | Bad Kreuznach

Built in 1480 and the years that followed due to a shortage of land, the “bridge houses” are an architectural gem and one of the landmarks of Bad...

Nikolaikirche (Quelle: Tourist Information Alzeyer Land)

St. Nikolai | Alzey

Services: Saturdays 17:00 and Sundays 10:00

Key on request (telephone).

Information: Church office

Schmuckstück in den Weinbergen (Quelle: Wein- und Ferienregion Bernkastel-Kues GmbH )

"Elisenhäuschen" in den Weinbergen | Mülheim an der Mosel

Elisenberg vineyard hut is located south-east of Mülheim town centre directly on country road 158. It is a one-and-a-half-storey hip roofed...

Mariensäule Trier (Quelle: Trier Tourismus und Marketing GmbH)

Mariensäule | Trier, Stadt Trier

St Mary‘s Column towers above the city at the highest point of the sandstone rocks and a 40 metre pillar. The location affords a spectacular view...

Ruine Hammerstein (Foto: Friedrich Gier, Quelle: Tourist-Information Neuwied)

Burg Hammerstein | Neuwied

First mentioned in 1020, the Hammerstein Castle of the Empire in the town of the same name represents the oldest verifiable castle complex of the...

Marktburg (Quelle: Rüdesheim Tourist AG)

Marktburg | Rüdesheim

Whoever visits Rüdesheim can easily recognise why the front castle also got the name Marktburg (Market Castle). Directly on the market square,...

Josephtor (Quelle: Tourist-Information Sonnige Untermosel)

Josefstor Rhens | Rhens

Josefstor

The Josefstor, seen from the Rhine Gate, is somewhat smaller than the Rhine Gate and never carried a gate tower.

Blick aus der Genovevahöhle (Foto: Makro Tom, Quelle: Ferienregion Trierer Land)

Genovevahöhle | Kordel

The Genovevahöhle ( cave) is located south of Kordel in the beautiful Kyll Valley.

Gutenberg Monument (Foto: FotoFarmer, Quelle: mainzplus CITYMARKETING GmbH )

Gutenberg-Denkmal | Mainz

An over-life-size bronze statue of Johannes Gutenberg adorns the square that bears his name. The statue is based on a model by the Danish sculptor...

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

Schlangenturm | Stromberg

The rehabilitated historic tower, was a part of the former city wall. Such towers were armed with field guns which named “Feldschlangen” – so the...

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Romantic Germany The wine festival season is in full swing along the rivers Mosel and Rhine. Streets and squares are decorated and there is music everywhere. You can literaly smell the wine from all the booths and parades are marching through the villages. And each year, several wine-princesses are beeing crowned. Where to find the next festival? Right here: https://www.romantic-germany.info/things-to-do/leisure-tips/wine-festivals/ 📷 Dominik Ketz 13. 07. 2018, 12:17

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