This vintage black-and-white postcard shows a large group of people camping in Koblenz, Germany. The card was produced by Verlag Foto-Gauls of Koblenz and the caption on the back side states:
Koblenz on Rhein und Mosel
It's not too hard to translate:
Koblenz on the Rhine and Moselle
Deutsches Eck is the headland where the Moselle river joins the Rhine in Koblenz. Its English translation is "German Corner."
Learn more about Koblenz on the city's English-language tourism website. (There's still time to get yourself over there for the Koblenzer Summer Party with Rhine in Flames from August 9-11!)
There are many great details within the undated photograph used for this postcard. You can click on the above image to see a magnification of the photo.
Here's one detail from the card:
Other posts about the Rhine
- Two stereographic cards from along the Rhine
- Weekend postcards: More Hazelden, the Rhine and the Pa. turnpike
- View of Assmannshausen, Germany, from 1910 book
- Story time: "The Goblins" from "Legends of the Rhine"