A lot seen and experienced between aachen and eltz castle

A lot seen and experienced between aachen and eltz castle

"It was nice!", the nearly 50 participants in the parish trip of the adelsdorf-aisch-zeckern parish community came to the conclusion of a four-day trip to the eifel mountains.
The bishop’s city of aachen was the first stop. During the guided tour of the unesco world cultural heritage site, the romanesque cathedral commissioned by emperor karl the rough, they learned that it served as the crowning place of 30 roman-german emperors in the middle ages until the reformation.
On the second day of the trip, we went to the historic old town of the former clothier’s city of monschau, whose half-timbered facades and winding alleyways captivated us all. In the nearby monastery of steinfeld, the pilgrims visited the tomb of st. Peter. Hermann josef. Steinfeld is considered one of the best-preserved monastic monuments in the rhineland. In one of germany’s oldest and most beautiful cities, the participants love to explore the traces of koblenz’s past in two groups. About the "alreadystatt-movement was informed at its place of origin in vallendar, near koblenz. After the common service in the house chapel we walked to the large pilgrim church with more than 2500 seats. In the namedyer werth nature reserve, visitors admired the world’s tallest cold-water geyser, where a fountain up to 60 meters high shoots out of the earth about every two hours. In maria laach’s three-aisled, romanesque pillared basilica, pilgrims attended the monk’s vespers at the end of the day. On monday, after a stop at eltz castle, with its eight residential towers up to 35 meters high, the group headed home.