Loreley, Sankt Goarshausen

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Landmark · Tourist Spot
The Lorelei ( (listen) LORR-ə-ly; German: [loːʁəˈlaɪ, ˈloːʁəlaɪ]), also spelled Loreley in German, is a 132-metre-high (433 ft), steep slate rock on the right bank of the River Rhine in the Rhine Gorge (or Middle Rhine) at Sankt Goarshausen in Germany, part of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 1930s Loreley Amphitheatre is on top of the rock.

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  • On my bike trip from Wiesbaden to Rüdesheim I drive further to st. Goarshausen and Lorely. The fantastic review over the River Rhine on this curve is the present for driving to the top  more »
  • Loreley is the massive mountainous bulge that banks the Rhine river just after the small town of Sankt Goarshausen, where it bottlenecks the river and makes the boats passage rather difficult. It is.....  more »
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