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Nibelungenhalle, Konigswinter

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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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  • After the visit to the mountain railway, and the 2 ' castles ' I found this is a disappointment. Happy sat it in the combined ticket for the Castle and the cable car.
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  • This place was my highligth of visiting the Drachenfels. It is so cute and impressive at the same time. Okay, it is not something you will be slammed with, especially not considering the price, but it...  more »
  • 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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