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Germany has many attractive and interesting old town. This is not one of them. It is a pleasant area, full of shops, but no real historic structures. The city was almost totally destroyed in World War II, so there is no authentic Altstadt. It was...More
This building is amazing with a beautiful and extensive foof and unusual red wooden shutters at the tiny windows. As far as I can understand it is even more amazing as it was rebuilt after being destroyed in WW2.
This is definitely a "must-see and enjoy" area in Koblenz, which has an abundance of cultural monuments and historic buildings. The cozy lanes and narrow alleyways, its squares and promenades make Koblenz a friendly town where its guests feel right at home. Dominating the center...More
The Rathaus, Town Hall, is in a former Cistercian monastery, three wings of 16th-17th centuries erected the Jesuits, "the Society of Jesus." It was purchased by the city in 1891, and converted to the City Hall. It’s quaint but undistinguished as probably the Jesuits preferred.
This lovely city was established by the Romans and evidence of their presence is still being discovered. The many churches and religious buildings still in use are wonderful examples of the care taken to preserve the local history. Interesting also that many buildings owned by...More
Town Hall in Koblenz is located within the boundaries of the Old Town - in the north east of the central square - and markedly different from other similar facilities in Germany. This is not a single building as often happens, but a whole complex...More