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Müden is one of the oldest Celtic settlements on the Moselle. It was first mentioned in documents in AD 585, more than 1400 years ago. Several finds also suggest a Roman settlement in this area. The historic and cheerful wine-making village features a wealth of medieval building structures. The scenic wine landscape on the sunny side of the Moselle valley, the Moselle as an important shipping route and the proximity to the medieval Eltz Castle lend the village a very special character.


Old half-timbered houses and romantic spots around the village invite you to linger. Special historical features include the Halfenhäuser (the former roadhouses of the Moselle sailors), the ancestral home of the historian and writer Josef Görres, and the ancestral home of the anatomist and physiologist Johannes Müller. The region has many hiking routes, for example to Eltz Castle and through the vineyards and the unique Buchsbaum hiking path, offering many interesting hiking adventures with plenty of information about the charming viticultural and natural landscape of the Moselle region.
For more information visit www.mueden-mosel.de




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