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Monreal (Eifel)

Monreal is a small village (802 residents) with historical flair. It was mentioned for the first time in 1229.
Stone age people, Romans, Celts, Swiss francs, Germans, French - they all settled down and have left their mark.
The village is situated in the narrow Elz valley, graceful overtopped by the ruins of the L÷wenburg (Burg Monreal) and Philippsburg.
(Source: HiVino Travel)

Nepomuk View from the Bridge Saint John of Nepomuk
Outlook The Red Door Unique Holiday/Winter Deco
Lion Statue 15th Century Lion Statue 15th Century Four Gable House
Cafe Pluesch Cafe Pluesch Inviting Small Cafe
View from the Old Stone Bridge View from above to the River Elz Alley View with Ruin of Lion Castle
1676 Entrance to the Ship House Getting some advice
Ruins of Lion Castle g10/80/968480/2/166860953.HqPFb0Bg.jpg Castle Ruin Philippsburg