The German city of Koblenz is situated at the confluence of the Mosel and Rhine Rivers. When the Romans ruled the city, it was known as Confluentes. North of Koblenz, the Friedensmuseum Brucke von Remagen marks an important historical location specific to World War II. Also, learn of the romantic legend behind Rolandsbogen (Roland’s Arch).
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