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To raise more monies to defray the building costs for the new chapel, a raffle was held. Offered as a prize was a pair of slippers, which was won by Captain Sabel.
This raffle yielded a further ten Thaler , making it possible to complete the new chapel by Dalmar planned it to be built three metres farther back into the slope.
The land needed for this was donated by the family Bauer. There were further expenses, such as those for roof boards and slates.
Anyone seeing Saint Remaclus's in the outlying centre of Cond for the first time might be surprised at how recently it was built — The plain, clear and also mighty shape, the slate quarrystones used in its building that are so typical of local construction and the way the church fits so well among its neighbours at the foot of the steep vineyards would lead many visitors to believe that its building date must lie quite far back in history.
According to the plan conceived by master churchbuilder Emil Steffann — , the building was meant to serve as a bridgehead and a counterpoint to the castle over on the other side of the river.
The execution of this work, which was simple yet marked by great quality, stands out quite strongly within the church. Saint Remaclus's stands as an exemplary conception in modern church building.
It incorporates above all openness: for the liturgical implementation after the Second Vatican Council , and for the congregation around the altar.
The cross-shaped space is surrounded by whitewashed brick walls, punctuated by great round windows. Mighty circular arches expand on the cross's three upper arms from the pews to the altar position before the deep-set apse.
A huge wheel-shaped chandelier spreads over the pews and the chancel. The ornamentation has been consciously reduced to a few very valuable, restored images and figures from the old, and now demolished, parish church, and to conservatively wrought artworks by contemporary artists: foundation stone and keystone in the crypt 's barrel vaulting by Jochem Pechau, the tabernacle in the crypt by Klaus Balke, the forged grille by Paul Nagel, the lead glass window in the apse by Jakob Schwarzkopf and the ambo, the eternal flame and the altar candleholder by Christoph Anders.
The church is opened at all service times. In , Deutsche Bundesbank built a secret bunker in Cochem-Cond, 30 meters underground, disguised by two houses of the training and recreation center of Bundesbank.
The bunker's vault held a reserve series of German mark banknotes totaling 15 billion marks during the Cold War, intended to enter circulation in case the Eastern Bloc would try to cripple West German economy by massively counterfeiting the existing DM banknotes.
To open the vault, bank officials from Frankfurt would have to bring over three different keys and a lock combination. Cochem Imperial castle ruin seen from the north , before , after a drawing by Christian Xeller.
At Cochem, the Cochemer Krampen , a kilometre-long stretch of the Moselle made up of many winding bows beginning upstream at Bremm , comes to an end.
Above the Imperial castle is found the Lescherlinde , a limetree which, owing to its great age of more than years — it can even be clearly recognized up on the mountain from Cochem railway station — holds the status of Natural Monument.
Not far from Cochem, down the Moselle from the village of Klotten, is found the Dortebachtal Nature Conservation Area, a place well worth a hike for its scenery.
The town of Cochem is characterized by winegrowing and tourism , even if their economic importance has been waning over the past few decades.
A majority of the inhabitants, though, can now be found employed in other branches of the economy. There are fewer than ten full-time winegrowing businesses.
The town lies on the Koblenz—Trier line , which between Cochem and Ediger-Eller runs through the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Tunnel , which from its completion in until was Germany's longest tunnel at 4.
Calling at the station are Regionalbahn , Regional-Express and InterCity trains, along with one ICE train each morning and evening affording a morning-evening link with Berlin.
Moreover, there are a few regional buslines. Cochem is the administrative seat of the Verbandsgemeinde of Cochem and the Cochem-Zell district.
Located in Cochem are an Amt court, an employment office, a branch office of the Wasser- und Schifffahrtsamt Koblenz-Mosel "Koblenz-Moselle Water and Ship Transport Office" , a health unit, the district waterworks , a police station and the water safety police station, a hospital , two seniors' residences, a home for those with mental handicaps at Ebernach Monastery , a German Red Cross and Wasserwacht rescue station and a well equipped fire brigade.
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Programm Burg-Lichtspiele. Adobe Acrobat Dokument 1. Telefon Mit Facebook verbinden. In the Second World War , great parts of Cochem's old town were destroyed.
Also during the war, the operations staff of the underground subcamp of Zeisig  of the Natzweiler concentration camp between the villages of Bruttig and Treis was located here.
At its height, 13, people were imprisoned. They provided slave labour for Bosch , which made spark plugs, ignition systems, and glow plugs, which were important to the German war effort, under brutal conditions.
Since , Cochem has been part of the then newly founded state of Rhineland-Palatinate. The council is made up of 22 council members, who were elected at the municipal election held on 26 May , and the honorary mayor as chairman.
The municipal election held on 26 May yielded the following results: . The town's arms might be described thus: Per pale argent a cross gules and gules issuant from dexter a sinister hand of the first vested sable holding two keys in saltire Or, the wards to chief.
The town of Cochem and its castle were held by the Archbishops of Trier beginning in They also granted Cochem town rights in The charges in the town's arms are thus purely references to its long history with the Electorate of Trier.
The red cross on the dexter armsbearer's right, viewer's left side is Trier's old armorial bearing, and the keys on the sinister armsbearer's left, viewer's right side are Saint Peter 's attribute, thus representing Trier's patron.
This composition appeared in the earliest known town seal, from the early 15th century, which likely dates from a bit earlier, the late 14th century.
Cochem fosters partnerships with the following places: . After both the town council and the Verbandsgemeinde council approved the motion on 23 October , the until then Verbandsgemeinde -free town of Cochem became part of the Verbandsgemeinde of Cochem-Land on 7 June In connection with this, the state government also enacted a law on 18 February that deals with, among other things, the transfer of ownership of certain properties from the town to the Verbandsgemeinde.
The following are listed buildings or sites in Rhineland-Palatinate 's Directory of Cultural Monuments:. Other things worth seeing in Cochem include the Pinnerkreuz , a lookout point overlooking the town and the former Imperial castle Reichsburg , which can be reached by chairlift.
There is also a promenade along the Moselle. Further points of interest are the historic Senfmühle "Mustard Mill" and the water gauge house on the Moselle.
More detailed information about the castles and some of the ecclesiastical buildings mentioned above follows.
The Reichsburg Cochem had its first documentary mention in The Winneburg was built in the latter half of the 13th century. It had its first documentary mention in as belonging to a one Wirich von Wunnenberg.
In the centuries that followed, the castle complex was steadily expanded while all the while remaining within the ownership of the Lords of Wunnenberg later Winneburg.
After this noble family died out in , the castle passed to the family Metternich. In , during the Nine Years' War, the castle was besieged, taken and blown up by French troops.
It was never restored, and remains in ruins to this day. It was, however, bought in by Prince von Metternich, but no reconstruction ever came about.
Since , it has been owned by the town of Cochem. The Pestkapelle St. Rochus , also known as the Peterskapelle seems to have had its groundwork laid in the time when Archbishop Otto von Ziegenhain waived Cochem's customary taxes and levies for ten years on the occasion of the Plague.
It is described in an engraving by Braun and Hogenberg as S. Standing next to a small, rectangular chapel was a hostel.
It is also possible that the red sandstone keystone set above the west portal comes from this time. Despite heavy weathering, a high relief of a Madonna sitting on clouds, with Child, framed with a Zweipass, can be made out.
In , the Plague came once again to Cochem. This might well have been the reason why Philipp Emmerich von Winneburg and Dietrich Adolf von Metternich endowed a new building for the parish in With this new building, the Plague saint, Roch, came to the fore as the chapel's namesake.
The wooden altar from shows the two men's coat of arms. A notice on the back names Michael Luter for a new setting in The central altar image is a glorification of Mary that sweeps over the representatives of the spiritual pope, abbots, members of orders, priests and worldly emperors, kings, bishops estates.
Seen above her is the Holy Trinity with the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost, and beside her are Death with the hourglass, and an angel with banners bearing doxologies and quotations from psalms.
A cartouche above the central altar shows Saint "Anthony with Child". On the uppermost part of the altar, on an open gable, is Saint Peter with a key and a book.
Originally, the chapel's ornamentation included images of Mary Magdalene , Saint Roch, Saint Sebastian , the holy bishop Nicholas and another statue of Roch.
Saint Roch's dog was even depicted in the middle of the ceiling in a half-relief. Among the chapel's adornments was once a chandelier, which has since been stolen.
It was a wall fixture in the shape of an arm dressed with a short sleeve. In , the parish of Cochem was granted leave to build a new chapel in Sehl on the bank of the Moselle.
There had already been a chapel in Sehl, but its whereabouts are now unknown. Of this chapel, the quire still stands today, filled out by the west portal built in The chapel was consecrated for God's worship to the holy abbot and local resident Antonius, the holy bishop Wolfgang depictions of whom are to be found used as keystones together with Archbishop Johann's coat of arms , the Madonna, the holy bishop Ruprecht and the holy virgin Cunen.
For that, the hay from Sehl's meadows, bordering on the chapel, was pledged. Sehlers were "half-townsmen" of Cochem without their own municipal rights, and thus Cochem town council at first spoke out against the move to bring a bell to the so-called Sehler Dom "Sehl Cathedral".
Nevertheless, the chapel later got one that was poured in On an open spot between Cochem and Sehl in the traditional cadastral area known as Im Haag at some crags, the Kapelle Zu den drei Kreuzen "Chapel at the Three Crosses" offers an impressive view into the Moselle valley.
The building of the first chapel on this spot may well stem, like the Crucifixion group that stands before it, from an endowment made in in Elector of Trier Karl Casper von der Leyen's time.
There is a corresponding year in soft sandstone mounted in the middle of the otherwise basalt cross. Two tau crosses , today lacking the former thief figures that once hung on them, still flank the middle cross.
Carved into the left one are the master's initials, P. In the mid 19th century, the first chapel had fallen into such disrepair that then master builder Joseph Dalmar Senior's advice was sought.
The chapel's condition, however, made any renovation impossible. So, Dalmar instead put forth a plan for a new building, along with a cost estimate.
It was financed through donations from the Cochem townsfolk themselves. Besides the many small ones, there was also a big one of more than ten Thaler.