We arrived in Koblenz before breakfast and docked at the confluenced of the Rhine and Moselle rivers.
We were taken on a walk through this lovely town. It looks old; however, the buildings are new because they have been rebuilt since WWII. Well, new to the Germans.
Anything built after 1950 is new to them. The statue on the left was interesting. I shows the history of the town from the time the Romans rowed ashore until it was rebuilt after WWII.
They have three old churches which are good examples of Romanesque and Gothic styles of architecture.
Tonight's entertainment was a group of folk dancers from the Rhine region -- which is very proud of its wine :-)