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Nibelungenhalle, Konigswinter

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  • A visit of this pseudo-like place of worship freely according to Richard Wagner can man save. Also for children, a company has no real benefit. The Zoo-like presentation of reptiles is not necessarily recommended. mumeco in the March 2017
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  • Sad, just like the animals there live. Sometimes there is no water available and all too small. Look even before stupid or they are tapping the children safe!
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  • I know the Hall of my childhood. Overall I find it today sad, as one is fleeced on the Dragon rocks as a family with 3 children. Train travel costs 34 euro for all. Hall should cost €19 again. In the Castle, anyone must pay again. Card there's no families. No wonder that the number of visitors to the basement go here.
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  • The paintings are really ugly (i am sorry to say that), but the reptiles and other creatures are awesome... and only 5€... was much nicer than the aquarium in the center of the town.
  • Bit of a mixture of features. Strange paintings, odd colectipn of reptiles. Not much English.
  • Infos about German folklore as well as a nice photo opportunity with a large stone dragon .
  • Muss man besuchen wenn man am Drachenfels ist.
  • The Nibelungen Hall is a rare jewel of bygone times. The darkened the paintings of the statements by Hermann Hendrich, domed Hall and the music of Wagner - this is already a special atmosphere. When a speaker the images suggests a poor artistic quality that is only by simple ignorance to justify. Greetings from atmospheric paintings - Böcklin - with great sense of colour and landscape - the composition, are the combination of Sage and nature, of great sophistication, the execution as well. It's a testament to the 1910s, where Wagner's operas were still the 'public good' and everyone understood the artistic realization. Each time, if I have professionally to Cologne, a visit to the Hall is planned! But definitely worth seeing for me rather uninteresting, the stone dragon is the reptile Zoo.
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