What can I say? Koblenz is another Rhine valley city with deep Roman roots. Julius Caesar built a bridge there in 9 BCE. It is strategically located at the juncture of the Rhine and the Mosel River. The French spell it Moselle like the wine. The actual confluence today is marked by a giant statue of William I, the first German Emperor. It was erected in 1897 but destroyed during WWII bombing. A copy was put back in the 1990's.
OK there are churches and statues too
but playfulness just keeps intruding