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Castles & Palaces

  • Eltz Castle near Wierschem/Münstermaifeld 
    Eltz Castle is considered one of Germany's most beautiful castles. It is situated in the Elz valley, which separates the Maifeld from the Vorder Eifel. The treasure chamber located in the high-ceiling basement is an especially interesting place to visit; it presents more than 500 exhibits ranging from the 12th to the 19th century. For more information, visit: www.burg-eltz.de

  • Thurant Castle in Alken 
    Thurant Castle sits high above the village of Alken. Being partly built on Roman foundations, it is one of the oldest castles in the Moselle country. For more information, visit: www.thurant.de

  • Bischofstein Castle near Burgen
    Bischofstein Castle lies between Hatzenport and Moselkern, just across is the village of Burgen. The construction of the castle began under archbishop Arnold II of Trier, between 1242 and 1259. Today, the castle is a protected historical monument and is used as a rural school.

  • Niederburg and Oberburg castle in Kobern-Gondorf
    The ruins of Niederburg Kobern Castle crown above the village of Kobern in an altitude of approximately 150 m. On the same ridge, just 50 m above, lies the Oberburg Kobern Castle next to Matthias Chapel.

  • Pyrmont Castle near Roes/Eifel 
    This castle from the 13th century was rebuilt during 1963-67. For many decades, it served as a think tank and guest house for the renowned architectural office HPP in Düsseldorf. Today it is still a meeting place. For more information, visit: www.burg-pyrmont.de

  • Cochem Reichsburg ("Cochem Imperial Castle") 
    Cochem Reichsburg lies on a prominent hilltop more than 100 meters above the Moselle. Around the year 1000, the castle was built by the count of Pfalz, Ezzo. In 1151, Cochem Castle became an imperial castle. The falconry is one of the castle's many attractions. It offers daily flight shows and presentations of several birds of prey. For more information, visit: www.burg-cochem.de

  • Kurfürstliches Schloss ("Electoral Palace") in Coblenz
    The Electoral Palace in Coblenz was the residence of the last archbishop and elector of Trier, Clemens Wenzelaus of Saxony, who ordered the construction of the palace at the end of the 18th century. Later, the Prussian crown prince (who later became Emperor Wilhelm I.) resided here as the Rhineland-Westphalian military governor. Today, many federal government agencies have their offices here.

  • Ehrenbreistein Fortress in Coblenz
    Ehrenbreistein Fortress is part of the classical large fortress in Coblenz, built in the 16th century. Due to its strategically exposed location, the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress played an important role. The Ehrenbreitstein Fortress was never conquered and is considered, along with Gibraltar, as Europe's most significant fortifications. For more information, visit: www.festungehrenbreitstein.de
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