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Wolf (Traben-Trarbach) Overview

Wolf lies in the Mosel in Gemeinde Kinheim.

Things to See in Wolf (Traben-Trarbach)

Ruins of the Grevenburg, built about 1350, destroyed, after many sieges, in 1734

Starkenburg, 250 m above the Moselle with castle crags at the end of town going towards Enkirch

Mont Royal Fort (1687–1698) (gigantic French fort under Louis XIV built by Vauban)

Brückentor (“Bridge Gate”) at the Moselle Bridge, 1899 by Bruno Möhring

Mittelmoselmuseum (“Middle Moselle Museum”) about the history of the Moselle valley, the County of Sponheim, Mont Royal Fort and the Grevenburg

Parkschlösschen Bad Wildstein (“Little Park Palace”), the town’s former spa and bathing house built by Bruno Möhring

Trarbach Town Hall (Rathaus), 1833 by Ferdinand Nebel

Huesgen house, Am Bahnhof (a street), 1904 by Bruno Möhring

Dr. Breucker house, An der Mosel (a street), 1905 by Bruno Möhring

Former winery, Julius Kayser & Co., Wolfer Weg, 1906–1907 by Bruno Möhring

Former hotel “Clauss-Feist” (now Bellevue), 1903 by Bruno Möhring

Former Gondenau slate and ore mine

Town tower in Trarbach with view over the roofs of Trarbach

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More about the History of Wolf (Traben-Trarbach)

Simmern-Trarbach was added to Wolf in 1972.

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Wolf lies in Traben-Trarbach.

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