Wens ons was vroegoggend daar maar het nie beheer oor die bootvaart se tye nie.
The Reichsburg Cochem had its first documentary mention in 1130. In 1151, it was occupied by King Konrad III, who declared it an Imperial castle. In 1688, the castle was overrun by French King Louis XIV's troops in the course of the Nine Years' War, and the following year, they destroyed it. The castle complex long lay in ruins before in 1868 it was bought by the Berlin businessman Louis Fréderic Jacques Ravené for 300 Goldmark and then reconstructed in the Gothic Revival style. Since 1978 it has been owned by the town of Cochem and is administered by a company named Reichsburg GmbH.
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Baie dankie vir gister se kommentaar - die skakerings van groen teen die hange van die Moselle-rivier is so mooi.

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Comment by Elna Geringer on Thursday

Lieflik Tina

Comment by Anita du Toit on Wednesday

Pragtig met al die groen kleure Tina

Comment by Christa Snyman on Wednesday

Pragtige foto van hierdie imposante Kasteel, dankie vir die interessante inligting.

Comment by Johan Ayres on Wednesday

Pragtige reisfoto met 'n goeie komposisie en mooi kleure.

Comment by Josef Steyn on Wednesday

Mooi reisfoto Tina. Interessante geskiedenis.

Comment by Willie Schoombee on Wednesday

Goeie foto, goeie storie en wat wil jy meer hê Tina. Die ou kastele van Europa is pragtig! 

Comment by Rika Schoeman on Wednesday

'n Ryk geskiedenis en steeds is dit nog in 'n goeie toestand na al die tyd. Pragfoto van die kasteel Tina.

Comment by Gerrie Lambrechts on Wednesday

So regte feëtjie storie.  Pragtige foto mooi geneem en goed beplan.

Comment by Magda vd Merwe on Wednesday

Pragtige foto Tina.

Comment by Hans Myburg on Wednesday

Dit is nou werklik intersant en baie mooi geneem.

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