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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 40        On the Rhine

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 Past the castle ruins of Godesberg, Drachenfels, Rolandseck, the pretty little garden island holding the old Kloster of Nonnenwerth-   the ancient castles of Rhenick and Hammerstein, the former destroyed by the Archbishop of Cologne in 1785 and the latter, by the same power, in 1660-        

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 We pass a score of little antique villages.   Generally consisting of a single street stretched along the river   at the foot of the mountains overtopping them, to the ancient and picturesque town of Andenach ^(see page 54)^, with its old bastions and lofty watch tower.   A roman city of considerable importance in the 3rd and 4th centuries, captured and retaken many times,    finally burned by the French in 1698-       Past the square watch tower of Weissenthurm erected 500 years ago by Kuno Von Falkenstein, past the long island of Niederwerth containing a dilapidated village where King Edward 3rd of England resided in 1337- to the fine large city of Coblentz beautifully situated at the junction of two of the=      

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0  [-Coblentz-]

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