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I had time to myself and decided to take time to walk around the park and the surrounding area. The park was quiet and affords an opportunity to take photographs of multiple subjects. Very scenic and worthwhile place to stretch your legs and take in...More
The narrow point of land in Koblenz that divides the rivers is called the Deutsches Eck (German Corner). A massive statue of Emperor Wilhelm
This is Where Father Rhine and Mother Moselle meet—The Kaiser Wilhelm memorial.
Shortly after Kaiser Wilhelm I’s death, the idea arose of...More
Can only comment on being able to see the statue from the cruise ship as we navigated around it, once at night time and then in the middle of the day. Quite the feat for the captains of these long cruise and barge ships, to...More
This is a very picturesque point to observe where the Rhineland river and Mosel River converge. There are always lots of people here and it's simply a beautiful spot to see the mountains, the rivers and the statue pointing the way.
Impressive statues and interesting views of the river and junction of the Rhine and Mosel rivers. Gardens alone are worth the visit. Close to the cable car which allows access to the main fortress and museum
At the confluence of the Rhine River and the Mosel River is this impressive point. You can watch ships floating by on either river; see the fortress across the way; or watch the cable cars carry people over the river. The main attraction is the...More
I just returned from a Viking trip on the Rhine River. I booked my air travel with Viking Air and the day before departure, the ship announced that they would check everyone in for their flights. They also sent around printed times for when each...More
Located at the junction of the Mosel and Rhine Rivers. This is a huge statute of Kaiser Wilhelm on a horse. The statute is a replica since the original was destroyed in WW II. The pedestal on which the statute sets is original and impressive...More