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"Years ago a visited a monastery at the elbow of the Main and the Rhein that was the center of the winemaking industry for the region in the middle ages. I remember enormous wine tanks and presses. Can you remind me where that might be? I hope to visit again. Thank you." (posted 06/19/2015)

Hey, it could be at the Kloster Eberbach in Eltville am Rhein. Many Greetings
Answer provided by Stefan Lang on 06/19/2015
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Maybe it's Henkell in Wiesbaden or Eberbach Abbey Maybe it is Henkell or Kloster Eberbach http://www.henkell-sektkellerei.de/henkell-co.-gruppe http://kloster-eberbach.de/kloster.html Cincerelly Family Thomas www.wiesbaden-ferienwohnung.de
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Maybe you have been to Eberbach Abbey, this is 20 Minutes from Mainz Kastel. http://kloster-eberbach.de/en/monastery.html The movie "In The Name of the Rose" with Sean Connery which shot there. Br, Steffen
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Mainz-Kastel Overview

Mainz-Kastel was formerly a district of the city of Mainz (Mainz vacation rentals | Mainz travel guide), until the public administration by the city of Wiesbaden (Wiesbaden vacation rentals | Wiesbaden travel guide) was decided on August 10, 1945. The reason for this had been the easy control of the Allied Occupation Zones in Germany, where the Rhine formed the border between the American sector and the French sector. Mainz-Kastel faces the city of Mainz on the opposite shore of the Rhine river, and connects Wiesbaden with downtown Mainz with a bridge. Adolphus Busch, founder of Anheuser-Busch, was born in Kastel (now Mainz-Kastel) in 1839.

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Museum Castellum



Karnevalsvereine and Fastnachtssamstag

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More about the History of Mainz-Kastel

Mainz-Kastel was founded about 11 BC. At that time, the Romans built a wooden bridge across the Rhine connecting Moguntiacum (Mainz) with a castle on the right bank of the river. The wooden construction was replaced by a stone bridge in 71, which lasted until about 406. From this time the remains of a Roman triumphal arch were found in Mainz-Kastel, built around 19 A.D.

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Mainz-Kastel is a district administered by the city of Wiesbaden, Germany.

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