888***18Coblenz is a city that symbolizes the origins of the German nation. The Cape of Germany is a triangle of the Moselle and Rhine rivers on the edge of the city. In 1897, the city's medieval walls were torn down and filled, and a statue of the first German emperor, William I, was erected on a high platform. The Horn of Germany is now the most popular and popular tourist attraction in Koblenz. Across the Rhine River from the Horn of Germany, the 118-meter-high ancient military fortress, Ellen Brightstein, is the second remaining fortress in Europe.
_FB***19A must-visit nice little square with photogenic architecture, souvenir shops and Christmas market in December. Great place for an Instagram photo if you could manage to wait till there are not so many tourists in the background.
sculptorThe construction of the Cologne Cathedral (KölnerDom) began in 1248, but was suspended around 1560. It was not until the 1840s that the project restarted, and the Great Twin Towers completed its original medieval plan in 1880. The cathedral is 157 meters high and is currently the tallest twin-tower church in the world.
fz570628The Viking River cruises slowly in the middle section of the Rhine between Rüdesheim and Koblenz. This section of the river is included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO due to the many historic towns and castles on both sides of the river. The river wheel passes through Marksburg and enters Koblenz. The scenery on both sides of the river is richer and denser. The appearance of the iron bridge and the cable car across the river announces the end of this landscape-Koblenz has arrived.