Discover Koblenz
The oldest city in Germany at the confluence of the Moselle and the Rhine Rivers

The treasury of historical sites


Koblenz is the oldest German city, which is based on the place where the Moselle and Rhine rivers merge. It is located on the Rhineland-Palatinate in western Germany. These lands were known in the time of Julius Caesar, in the 50s BC, the Romans built a bridge over the Rhine here. Koblenz and its vicinities are full of attractive tourist destinations. Among them — the Erenbreitstein Fortress of the 16th century, the Basilica of St. Castor, which has not changed its appearance since the 12th century, the Romanesque Church of Our Lady with a Gothic choir and baroque towers. The remains of the 49th-year Roman bridge have survived to this day. On the German Corner rises a beautiful equestrian statue of Kaiser Wilhelm I on a horse, erected in 1897. The real treasure of Koblenz is the Stolzenfels Castle, built in the 13th century and has been protected by UNESCO since 2002.

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