Sculpture on the square in the city of Koblenz.
It’s very easy to reach the city by waterway.
Frankly admitted, so we came by car.
My inspiration comes from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes. Across to the german neighborhood so close so it almost visible on the horizon.
The Schängel Fountain created by Carl Burger in 1941
dedicated to the local german poet Josef Cornelius.
Koblenz is a german city with 106,417 inhabitants.
Located on the west bank of the river Rhine, where the river Moselle flows into the Rhine.
The two rivers flow together at the isthmus Deutsches Eck,
on which in 1897 was built a 37m high equestrian of the german emperor Wilhelm 1st.
The river Rhine and above the river Moselle.
All the huge impressive cruise barges dominate the river-scape.
For those who need a bit of space in the heavy congestion on the west bank of the Rhine
they can take the cable car across the river to the east bank – it ends on the hilltop.
With a fabulous view of the city of Koblenz.
Being up on this hilltop, so it would be silly not to visit the castle ruin a few meters away.
A part of the fortress Ehrenbreitstein as seen from Koblenz.