5 Sights in Treis-Karden, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Treis-Karden, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Treis-Karden, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Treis-Karden

1. Haus Korbisch

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Korbisch House is a late Romanesque secular building in Treis-Karden, Kohem-Zell District, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Fig. 1 shows a schematic cross-sectional view according to an embodiment of the present invention. The building, which was built in the early 20th century, is now located at 1 Santa Castor-Strassen, next to the Trier-Koblenz railway line. According to the current research, it is the oldest privately owned residential building in Germany, which is still used for living today.

Wikipedia: Haus Korbisch (DE)

2. Pfarrkirche St. Castor

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St. Castor's Church is a former Romanesque university church in Carden-sur-Moselle. The Roman Catholic parish church, also known as the "Moselle Cathedral," is the most important church on the Moselle River between Trier and Koblenz. Inside the monastery in the front cloister is a museum reminiscent of the place's past, as well as the Celtic and late antique architecture of Matterberg Hill.

Wikipedia: St. Castor (Karden) (DE)

3. Georgskapelle

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St George's Chapel in Carden was built around 1340 and belongs to St Castor's Monastery in Carden. It was part of the "Untere Klause" established on Moselle Street in 1318 and was available to six women. After the secularization of the monastery, the church was desecrated in 1805, and after 50 years of abuse, it was rebuilt as a Protestant church in 1856.

Wikipedia: Georgskapelle (Karden) (DE)

4. Stiftsmuseum

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The monastery building of Treis-Karden in the Rhineland-Faltzkochem-Zell district-also known as "Zehnthaus"-is part of a late Romanesque complex of buildings in the former monastery district of Karden College and is one of the oldest existing secular buildings in Germany.

Wikipedia: Stiftsherrenbau (Karden) (DE)

5. Archäologiepark Martberg

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Archäologiepark Martberg D. Herdemerten Hannibal21 / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Matberg is a mountain between Pomerania and Carden, on the Lower Moselle River, in pre-Roman times It is the Oppidum of Treveri, a vast temple area in Roman times where the god Lenus Mars was worshipped. The name can be traced back to the worship of this God.

Wikipedia: Martberg (DE)

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