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Treis-Karden


 

The dual municipality Treis-Karden is situated at the intersection of ancient trade routes between Hunsrück and Eifel. The many historical buildings are witness to the history of the municipality, which goes back to Celtic and Roman times.

The former abbey church, now the parish church of St. Castor, with its mighty and highly visible towers, still dominates the town today. With its Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque style elements it is art-historically one of the most significant sacred buildings on the Moselle.

The abbey museum right next to the church documents 2000 years of religious history and exhibits finds from Celtic, Roman and Franconian times. Many buildings that were part of the former abbey district from the 12th to 18th century bear witness to the heyday of the abbey.
There are two castles situated on the border of Treis between the Flaumbach valley and the Dünnbach valley. One of the castles, Treis Castle from the 11th century, is now a ruin, and the other one, Wildburg Castle, has been preserved and is privately owned.

If you'd like to enjoy the wonderful view of the Moselle valley you should take a walk along the Way of the Cross up to the Zilles chapel.
For more information visit www.treis-karden-mosel.de

© Tourist-Information Ferienland Cochem in Moselle Valley
Endertplatz 1 • D-56812 Cochem / Mosel- Germany
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Phone: (+49) (0) 2671 - 6004-0 • E-Mail: info@ferienland-cochem.de

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