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Church of St. Peter
Church of St. Peter
The largest church in Bacharach is the protestant church of St.Peter and it dates back to the year 1094. Several times it was restored and rebuilt and it includes an interesting tomb of a nobleman called Johann Friedrich von Wolfskehl, who died in 1609. There are no admission fees and you can visit without restrictions during the day. The church is open from April until October from 9:30 am - 6 pm. It is located in the center of the village, at the mainstreet far behind the train-line and the townwall. When driving through the village towards the castle of Stahleck you will see it.
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Address: Koblenzer Strasse 8, 55422 Bacharach
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The beautifully preserved medieval city of Bacharach lies in the heart of the Middle Rhine region. Bacharach is said to have been founded in pre-Roman times, possibly by the Celts. Town highlights include Stahleck Castle (now a youth hostel), many sections…
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