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Medieval Castle, Cochem, Germany (The Best Travel Photos)

Medieval Castle, Cochem, Germany (The Best Travel Photos)

Medieval Castle, Cochem, Germany photo via igor - Blue Pueblo Historical architecture like this is DEFINITELY not to be missed.

Reichsburg Cochem (Imperial Castle, Cochem) - The castle we see today towering above the scenic town of Cochem on the Moselle River is not the castle that originally stood there in the 12th century. That castle had a long and colorful history until French King Louis XIV had his troops obliterate it in 1689.

Reichsburg Cochem (Imperial Castle, Cochem) - The castle we see today towering above the scenic town of Cochem on the Moselle River is not the castle that originally stood there in the 12th century. That castle had a long and colorful history until French King Louis XIV had his troops obliterate it in 1689.

Cochem Castle, Germany    The Cochem Castle is thought to stand overlooking River Mosel since 11th century. In the period between 1307 and 1354 the castle was extended and fortified. In 1689 however the castle was occupied and destroyed during King Louis XIV invasion of Rhine and the Moselle. The castle has been renovated and rebuilt by German nobility during the 19th century. Now it is a property of the town of Cochem.

Cochem Castle, Germany The Cochem Castle is thought to stand overlooking River Mosel since 11th century. In the period between 1307 and 1354 the castle was extended and fortified. In 1689 however the castle was occupied and destroyed during King Louis XIV invasion of Rhine and the Moselle. The castle has been renovated and rebuilt by German nobility during the 19th century. Now it is a property of the town of Cochem.

"Pour permettre, dans de bonnes conditions, l'inauguration de l'Aéroparc ainsi que le bon déroulement de la fête de la musique, il est formellement interdit à la pluie de tomber sur ce site jusqu'au 23 juin". Voilà l'intitulé de l'arrêté, daté du 31 mai dernier, pris par Philippe Slendzak, le maire de Yutz, en Moselle.

"Pour permettre, dans de bonnes conditions, l'inauguration de l'Aéroparc ainsi que le bon déroulement de la fête de la musique, il est formellement interdit à la pluie de tomber sur ce site jusqu'au 23 juin". Voilà l'intitulé de l'arrêté, daté du 31 mai dernier, pris par Philippe Slendzak, le maire de Yutz, en Moselle.

The Reichsburg Castle in Cochem was built around 1000 by a palatinate count, and later changed hands when an emperor pawned it to pay for his coronation. It was nearly destroyed in the 17th century when French King Louis XIV invaded the region. The castle was rebuilt in Neo-Gothic style. Sitting on a hill overlooking the Moselle River, the castle has an impressive display of Renaissance and Baroque furniture.

The Reichsburg Castle in Cochem was built around 1000 by a palatinate count, and later changed hands when an emperor pawned it to pay for his coronation. It was nearly destroyed in the 17th century when French King Louis XIV invaded the region. The castle was rebuilt in Neo-Gothic style. Sitting on a hill overlooking the Moselle River, the castle has an impressive display of Renaissance and Baroque furniture.

Tempus fugit: 50 of the most magical and beautiful castles of the world - Blog of Francesco Mugnai

Tempus fugit: 50 of the most magical and beautiful castles of the world

Tempus fugit: 50 of the most magical and beautiful castles of the world - Blog of Francesco Mugnai

The Cochem Castle is thought to stand overlooking River Mosel since 11th century. In the period between 1307 and 1354 the castle was extended and fortified. In 1689 however the castle was occupied and destroyed during King Louis XIV invasion of Rhine and the Moselle. The castle has been renovated and rebuilt by German nobility during the 19th century. Now it is a property of the town of Cochem.

The Cochem Castle is thought to stand overlooking River Mosel since 11th century. In the period between 1307 and 1354 the castle was extended and fortified. In 1689 however the castle was occupied and destroyed during King Louis XIV invasion of Rhine and the Moselle. The castle has been renovated and rebuilt by German nobility during the 19th century. Now it is a property of the town of Cochem.

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