We went on a walking tour of the 2000 year old town of Koblenz, Germany. It is situated in the picturesque landscape at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle Rivers. Here we see the St. Castor Cathedral.
This must be a statue of St. Castor.
All these cathedrals have beautiful organs and stained glass.
I believe this would be the baptismal font.
This is the entrance to the Ludwig Museum of Modern Art.
It is one of the most important museums for modern and contemporary art in Europe. Unfortunately, we did not have enough time to go in.
But that was O.K. I’m not a real fan of modern art.
See what I mean.
This monument stands at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle Rivers.
The Moselle in coming in from the left, and the Rhine from the right.
We leave tonight for an evening cruise to Arnhem in the Netherlands.