Deutsches Eck und Kaiser-Wilhelm Denkmal

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  • Sebastian Kowalke

    At the Deutsches Eck, the Moselle flows into the Rhine. In 1897 an artificial headland was built here on which a monumental equestrian statue of Emperor Wilhelm I was erected. This monument was not only to commemorate the emperor, but also to his participation in the German founding of the Reich - hence the name "Deutsches Eck". In fact, the Mosel estuary but also earlier referred to as Deutsches Eck: built in the late Middle Ages, the German Order near the mouth of the Deutschherrenhaus as administrative headquarters. At that time the mouth was called "Deutscher Ordt", but soon it became "Deutsches Eck".

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    • 25 ottobre 2018

  • ROBERT, mit dem Rad & Hund durchs Land.

    The Deutsches Eck is an artificially heaped headland in Koblenz at the mouth of the Mosel in the Rhine. In 1897 a monumental equestrian statue of the first German Emperor Wilhelm I was erected here, which was designed as a memorial to the German Reich in 1871. The Kaiser Wilhelm Monument, commissioned by the Rhine Province, was a tradition of many monuments erected between 1888 and 1918 in German-speaking countries.
    The pedestal of the statue, which had been badly damaged during the Second World War, served from 1953 to 1990 as a memorial to the German Unity. A replica of the Sculpture Group was re-mounted in 1993 after previous controversial discussions.
    The Deutsches Eck is the landmark of the city of Koblenz and a major attraction for tourists. On the left bank of the Rhine branch here the Rhine plants (Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer), on the right bank of the Moselle the Peter-Altmeier-Ufer.

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    • 17 settembre 2015

  • Radweg Deutsche Einheit

    Due to the settlement of the Teutonic Order at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle in 1216, this historic place got its name "Deutsches Eck". Koblenz also owes its name to the confluence; In 1891 Emperor Wilhelm II chose the corner as a place for a monument to his grandfather Wilhelm I; since 2002 it belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage "Upper Middle Rhine Valley". Between 1953 and 1990 it was a memorial to German unity.
    Distance to the bike path: approx. 1 km
    Accessible at any time.

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    • 10 agosto 2016

  • Seahunter

    The goal of the Moselradweg has been reached.
    Here the Mosel flows into the Rhine.
    The headland (also called German Eck) is artificially piled up.
     On which stands the Kaiser Wilhelm monument.
    From there you also have a beautiful view of Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, which can be reached by a cable car.

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    • 6 febbraio 2017

  • CyclingOlli

    The Deutsches Eck is an artificially heaped headland in Koblenz at the mouth of the Mosel in the Rhine. In 1897 a monumental equestrian statue of the first German Emperor Wilhelm I was erected here, which was designed as a memorial to the German Reich in 1871. The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial commissioned by the Rhine Province was in the tradition of many memorials erected between 1888 and 1918 in German-speaking countries.

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    • 15 ottobre 2017

  • HansJoergOtt

    The Deutsches Eck is an artificially heaped headland in Koblenz at the mouth of the Mosel in the Rhine. In 1897 a monumental equestrian statue of the first German Emperor Wilhelm I was erected here, which was designed as a memorial to the German Reich in 1871. The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial commissioned by the Rhine Province was in the tradition of many memorials erected between 1888 and 1918 in German-speaking countries.

    The pedestal of the statue, which had been badly damaged during the Second World War, served from 1953 to 1990 as a memorial to the German Unity. A replica of the Sculpture Group was re-mounted in 1993 after previous controversial discussions.
    The Deutsches Eck is the landmark of the city of Koblenz and a major attraction for tourists. On the left bank of the Rhine branch here the Rhine plants (Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer), on the right bank of the Moselle the Peter-Altmeier-Ufer.

    Further information at: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deutsches_Eck

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    • 8 aprile 2017

  • Sauerland Radler 🌲🚲

    A great view of the river and the monument. At the back of the monument you will find an ice cream cafe and another locality. There's coffee etc at humane prices. There are also public toilets here. (50 cent)

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    • 24 giugno 2019

  • Derda Von Dort

    Historical monument and the Moselle joins the Rhine.
       All this is worth a visit.

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    • 30 agosto 2017

  • Derda Von Dort

    Moselle and Rhine meet here, and this against a historical background, if that is not enough reason for a visit?

    Apart from that, there are enough other things to visit in the immediate vicinity; Most of them can now be found via Komoot.

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    • 25 giugno 2018

  • Derda Von Dort

    He can, no, I have to join him.
      Apart from the historical background, the geographical point alone, the Moselle joins the Rhine.
       Worth a visit.

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    • 30 agosto 2017

  • Henne

    From Wikipedia:
    The Deutsches Eck is an artificially heaped headland in Koblenz at the mouth of the Mosel in the Rhine. In 1897 a monumental equestrian statue of the first German Emperor Wilhelm I was erected here, which was designed as a memorial to the German Reich in 1871. The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial commissioned by the Rhine Province was in the tradition of many memorials erected between 1888 and 1918 in German-speaking countries.

    The pedestal of the statue, which was badly damaged during the Second World War, served from 1953 to 1990 as a memorial to German unity. A replica of the group of sculptures was put back on the pedestal in 1993 after previous controversial discussions.

    The Deutsches Eck is the landmark of the city of Koblenz and a major attraction for tourists. On the left bank of the Rhine branch here the Rhine plants (Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer), on the right bank of the Moselle the Peter-Altmeier-Ufer.

    You really can not add anything to that :-)

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    • 2 luglio 2018

  • norwoeger

    Very nice location, a bit crowded but still very nice. Here the Moselle flows into the Rhine, plenty of boat traffic and the possibility to take the cable car up to the fortress Ehrenbreitstein.

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    • 7 novembre 2018

  • Wolfram/Ts.
    • 10 marzo 2020

  • gaga gugu

    Overwhelming, pithy and yet beautiful.

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    • 4 ottobre 2017

  • Hannes

    It's just a must - to visit and admire this place! If you want to see Koblenz, you must visit the German Corner

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    • 6 ottobre 2018

  • Ira

    wanted to go by boat to Cochem. unfortunately, this is only possible from Friday to Sunday.

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    • 28 giugno 2018

  • Zero-One

    ... where the Moselle flows into the Rhine.

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    • 7 luglio 2018

  • Daniel

    Beautiful historical place in Koblenz.

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    • 20 aprile 2019

  • 🅰️ndreas

    Here the Moselle flows into the Rhine

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    • 11 giugno 2019

  • Jörg

    My favorite tours lead me again and again to the German Corner, no matter if I cycle in the Westerwald, Eifel, Taunus or Hunsrück (these are the four low mountain ranges around Koblenz). In GMEINER-Verlag my travel companion is "LIEBLINGSPLÄTZE - from Koblenz to Rhine and Mosel - (also available as an ebook) Some current tips on the environment I will soon post here .. All of you an accident-free ride and sunny greetings from the most beautiful city between two rivers, Jörg Schmitt-Kilian

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    • 27 giugno 2019

  • 🅰️ndreas

    You have to have been here. Where the Moselle flows into the Rhine

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    • 7 ottobre 2018

  • Derda Von Dort

    Moses and the Rhine meet here against a historical background.
    Cafés, restaurants, are sufficiently available to enjoy the atmosphere.

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    • 10 giugno 2020

  • Vectra130

    Definitely everyone should have been there 😁
    The cable car also goes up to the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress

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    • 11 giugno 2020

  • Derda Von Dort

    Mosel and Rhine meet against a historical background.
     If you do not find enough, you will find the right restaurant there.

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    • 21 aprile 2019


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