It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2002 and is the epitome of Rhine romanticism: the Upper Middle Rhine Valley. The unique cultural landscape with the River Rhine as its central transport route, historic castles and picturesque vine-covered slopes stretches for around 70 kilometres from Bingen / Rüdesheim to Koblenz. But why not see for yourself and start by browsing through the high-quality illustrated booklet "World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley". In addition to many glossy large-format photographs of the World Heritage area, the 32-page publication in A4 format contains all kinds of exciting information on selected highlights – including details on magnificent castles, such as Rheinstein in Trechtinghausen or Pfalzgrafenstein in Kaub, the legendary Loreley and the royal residence and fortress town of Koblenz.
Author: Andreas Pecht
Publisher: Generaldirektion Kulturelles Erbe Rheinland-Pfalz
Publishing House: Schnell & Steiner
1st edition 2014