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This is one of the many interesting squares in the Old Town district. We visited and found that there were several stalls of the famous Christmas Market erected there. There was only a few open, due probably to the time of the morning and the...More
Our tour guide led us to this square and read the plaque to us. It was in reference to WWII. There are some cafes and shops in this square. Weren't many people out when we walked through as it was 94 degrees that day.
Though I would suggest this area of the town may not be high on the majority of visitors wish lists, the brass plate set into the floor gives chilling detail of the history of the Um Plan square there are also several café to stop...More
Am Plan is one of many squares in Koblenz, it is on the western edge of Altstadt and is surrounded on three sides by baroque buildings but the south side was destroyed during air raids in World War II. There are many bars and restaurants...More
This central square is the hub of the city, Christmas markets and many other events are going on here. Many restaurants, cafes and pubs. The fountain dates from 1783 and had the first running water in the city, carried by pipeline from the outskirts.
Was used as a market-, tournament, and events square. Originally Baroque but modernized by elector Clemens Wenzeslaus von Sachsen. Thus this was the first square in Koblenz converted and paved, all buildings were built in classical style. The South side was majorly destroyed during WW...More