Bacharach on the Rhine river in Germany,
view towards the town
|Picture 1 View
towards the town of Bacharach on the Rhine
Picture 2 Bacharach with castle Stahleck
Picture 3 Bacharach Market place
Picture 4 Bacharach Posthof with ruin of Werner chapel
Picture 5 Bacharach Market tower
Picture 6 Gasthaus Stahl is a real gem of a place, in that wonderful, scenic location
Picture 7 The old brick arch wine cellar of the winery Stahl
Boat cruise package
View towards the town of Bacharach on the Rhine river, which has existed before the Romans and whose name can be lead back to the celtic settlement - Baccaracum. The first documentary mention of the town was in the year 923.
In the background you can also see (from left to right) Peterskirche (church of St. Peter), Wernerkapelle (ruin of Werner chapel) and Liebesturm (tower of love).
Right on the Rhine hills is castle Stahleck - whose exact accruement time isn't known, but it's been proved that the castle was already inhabited in the year 1095.
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