An interesting attraction is the so-called ‘German Corner’ (Deutsches Eck), which is the confluence of two rivers - the Rhine and the Moselle. In 1953, it hosted the opening of the monument to William I, a grand statue that was a symbol of the unity of German people. Picturesque landscape always attracts a lot of travelers, they come to admire the beautiful scenery and capture themselves against the beautiful monument.
There are also world-class attractions in Koblenz. For example, the Ehrenbreitstein castle that is one of the largest defensive structures in Europe. This majestic building is located on a high hill; over the years of existence it has completely changed its appearance. At present, a great fortress is home to several state agencies; some halls of the fortress are allocated to the exhibition of the historical museum. As for the cultural institutions of Koblenz, then the Middle Rhine Museum, which holds a large collection of old paintings, should be mentioned. Ludwig Museum presents to visitors the collection of contemporary art, and the Rhine Museum introduces to visitors the history of navigation.
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