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The "Deutsches Eck" (German Corner) is a small peninsula formed by the confluence of the rivers Rhine and Moselle. This place received its name from knights of the "Deutscher Orden" (German Order) who founded a settlement here in 1216.
Today it is the most popular tourist attraction in Koblenz.

Address: The Confluence of the Rhein River and Mosel River
Directions: Old Town Koblenz, 56070 Koblenz, Germany
Phone: +49 261 1297000
Website: http://www.rhine-mosel.com/cities-and-other-tourist-attractions/koblenz/

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  • Written Oct 14, 2003
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