The painter Karl Weysser painted and sketched numerous street scenes, views of towns and houses in Enkirch around 1874. A circular route along his motifs pays tribute to his work.
Distance 2.1 km
Karl Weysser's paintings provide an exciting insight into life and the Rhenish half-timbered buildings of Enkirch at the time around 1874. Many of his motifs are still preserved and easily recognisable. Unfortunately, some of the houses he painted fell victim to fire disasters in the 19th and early 20th centuries. But thanks to his works, one can still easily imagine what it looked like at the respective locations back then.
A visit to the local history museum and the protestant church are worthwhile.
Update: October 01, 2021
Safety informationNo warnings are necessary.
Tips and hints
Am Brunnenplatz 2
Telefon: 06541 9265
Getting thereBy car via the B53, L192 or L193 to Enkirch on the Moselle
ParkingParking at the Mosel car park in Enkirch - free of charge. Approx. 150m to the starting point
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