ⓘ Sankt Goar

Sankt Goar

ⓘ Sankt Goar

Sankt Goar is a town on the west bank of the Middle Rhine in the Rhein-Hunsruck-Kreis in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It belongs to the Verbandsgemeinde Hunsruck-Mittelrhein, whose seat is in Emmelshausen.

Sankt Goar is well known for its Central location in the Rhine gorge, a UNESCO world heritage site since July 2002. Above the town are the ruins of Burg Rheinfels, one of the castles for which the middle Rhine is famous, and across the river lies the sister town of Sankt Goarshausen with its own castles, Katz and Maus" cats” and" mouse”. The famous Lorelei rock is close by, slightly upstream on the opposite Bank.

  • the Hunsruck about 2.5 km east of Emmelshausen on the Autobahn A 61. Sankt Goar lies roughly 8 km to the east, and the river Rhine s nearest approach
  • Burgermeisterei Mayoralty of Pfalzfeld in the newly created district of Sankt Goar in the Regierungsbezirk of Coblenz as it was then spelt The Year of
  • Triberg 1997. Titisee - Neustadt Other parts of Germany Gernrode, 1997. Sankt Goar world s largest free - hanging cuckoo clock. Wiesbaden, 1946. Canazei
  • Michelbecker and his wife Elisabeth V. Salzbudden. He trained as a cooper in Sankt Goar and Frankfurt am Main. Michelbecker came to Copenhagen in 1657 where he
  • Cochem - Zell. The district was created in 1969, when the districts of St. Goar and Simmern were merged. In 2014 it was expanded with the municipalities
  • Grundelbach. Utzenhain lies 10 km from each of Emmelshausen, Oberwesel and Sankt Goar the last two named being at the Hunsruck s outer edge at the Rhine. The
  • Representatives of Charles, Zwentibold, and the Emperor Arnulf met at Sankt Goar and determined that the succession should go to Louis the Child. Zwentibold

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