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Located near the confluence of the Rhine and the Moselle rivers and behind the basilica, this museum is housed in a very nice building, on four floors. However, it was not exceedingly appealing to me with the works being displayed. Perhaps I was there at...More
The museum was just ok and not too super exciting. I must preface the previous statement with the fact that we just came from France where the museums are extraordinary. The gardens were more of a highlight than the exhibit in my opinion. It’s not...More
Not quite clear museum. That is, it is good, many of the exhibits cannot fail to arouse a lively interest. This is not surprising as the collection is quite large if can be accommodated on four floors plus outdoors in a place like Deutsche Eck,...More
I haven't visited the museum from inside, but outside they have many sculptures which can be a good view for an art enthusiastic. I was late and it would take and hour or two to see the whole museum as per the information area. It...More
An interesting museum just behind the Eck where the Rhein meets the Mosel. Worth a quick whiz around if you have time to spare. Unfortunately the permanent displays were in store and we didn't get to see the Picassos, there were two contemporary exhibitions, one...More
The Deutschherrenhaus or Deutschordenshaus in Koblenz was the first establishment of the ' German order ' in the Rhineland. Archbishop Theoderich von Wied called the Knights of the Teutonic order in 1216 to Koblenz and donated them a part of the site of the St....More