Reflections of Cochem Castle on the Moselle River during the Blue Hour.
Cochem is a town in Rhineland-Palatinate, western part of Germany, and capital of the district Cochem-Zell. It is situated in the valley of the Mosel, at the foot of a hill surrounded by a feudal castle, the Reichsburg, dating from 1051. The town is surrounded by vineyards. The castle of Cochem was first mentioned in year 1130. It was destroyed in 1689, and in 1868, Jakob Louis Ravené purchased it for 300 gold marks and built it in its present form. Since 1978, the city of Cochem owns it.
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