The Deutschherrenhaus, the first settlement of the Teutonic Order Knights in Rhineland, is the living embodiment of Koblenz's rich history.
This can be seen from its location on the Deutsches Eck, the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers. Here it faces the Kaiser Monument, the memorial to Wilhelm I, which in 1992 was restored to its original form along with the museum building. The Ludwig Museum provides a unique connection to the art of today, particularly that of France, and benefits from its links to the Peter and Irene Ludwig Foundation and its portfolios in numerous museums both in Germany and abroad.
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