Trip Planner : Europe / Germany / Rhineland-Palatinate / Bernkastel-Kues / Sightseeing / Cusanus-Stift
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
The Cusanusstift is a historic building in Bernkastel-Kues, Germany. It was founded by Nicholas of Cusa in 1458. It contains a world-famous library and a wine museum.Make Cusanus-Stift a centerpiece of your Bernkastel-Kues vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Bernkastel-Kues trip generator.
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Es soll was heissen ca 150 verschiedene Weine für ca 15,00 €. Aber sind die Weine wirklich jeden Tag bzw jeden 2 Tag alle getrunken ? Ich meine nein Aber schmeckt ein weiser nach tages offen? Gewechse... read more »It should be something hot about 150 different wines for ca. €15,00. But the wines are all drunk really every day or every 2 day? I mean no, but a wise tastes like day open? They changed are not according to the countershow original
We booked a guided tour for a group of students in history. Our guides were friendly, exceedingly helpful, and well-informed, and seemed to be delighted to guide us through the building and the librar... read more »
The Cusanus Stift nowadays is a home for the elderly (and invalid) with little to no money. The building is interesting if you like architecture, the little chapel is cosy and worth a visit. Extraordi... read more »
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