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Oberwesel (Rhineland-Palatinate)

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Oberwesel is a town in the Rhein-Hunsruck district, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Rhine, approximately 30 kilometers southeast of Koblenz. It is part of the collective municipality Sankt Goar-Oberwesel. The Oberwesel city belongs to the convention community sank Goar Oberwesel, whose administrative seat is here. As in the case for many cities of the region, the origins probably decrease or go back to a celtic settlement named Vosavia or Volsolvia. Later, the Romans maintained here a horse change station with lodging. After the case of the times, Oberwesel became Frankish king property with king yard.
In 1309 Oberwesel lost the status again and came under the rule of Kurtrier, to which it belonged up to the secularization 1802. Viticulture, fishing, trade and handicraft helped the city to its incomes, which made it possible, in three building phases from 1220 to center 14. The meaning of the city in the middle ages can be read off also from the fact that it accommodated two large pins, two monasteries and a Beginenhof. Altogether here nine monasteries maintained large yard goods. Due to its many historic events and places it has been one of the favorite destinations of visitors.

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