Castello di Principe Elettore's

Opening hours

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Fridays 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.
When the town archive is open.

The castle houses parts of the
local library and the
town archive

Phone: (0261) 31304

In the old city of Koblenz the Prince Elector's Castle with its towers and the Balduin bridge are two monuments worth visiting.

The castle was built around 1185 by the gentlemen "Von der Arken" and as from 1277 it was extended by archbishop "Heinrich von Vinstingen" of Trier. Afterwards Prince Elector's Castle was transformed several times. It served temporarily as residence of the archbishops and now accommodates parts of the municipal library as well as the town archive.

A spiral staircase from sandstone is worth seeing.

Fonte: Mittelrheinforum


Source: Foto Loreleyfelsen Felix König
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