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After visiting the German Corner and finding the cable car depot, I stumbled across this basilica next to the Ludwig Museum. It has fairly unique two-tower architecture with a very appealing and colorful interior.
Considering the fact that the original church’s construction on this site began in the year 817, there is too long of a history to summarize here. The facade of the basilica on the west end is not ornate as many European churches are, but is...More
There aren’t many things to do in Koblenz other than the German Corner and Cable car but this is something you can check out when you have already finished. First, this church is very impressive and imposing. Then as you walk in, it has a...More
Records actually show that the church may have been used several centuries before the church was consecrated. Parts of the church were added over the centuries. It became the site of several assemblies important to the Holy Roman Empire.It was used as a canonal monastery...More
An amazing facade to a beautiful basilica church. The rich history of the site dates back almost two millenia and it's easy to see why this was designated very early on as a sacred spot. On the confluents of two of Germanys most iconic rivers,...More
My husband and I were visiting Koblenz while on the Rhine River Cruise. We were fortunate to have an English-speaking local guide who provided us with the history of the Basilica. It is truly a magnificent church worthwhile visiting and photographing. A "must see" while...More
Response from Carolina B | Reviewed this property |
They were making some renovations when I was there, so you can ask the concierge of your hotel or if you have time,while you visit downtown, ask and if they have mass usually they are at 12:oo noon and 18:00 hrs.