Attached to our homeland, open to the world outside and tolerant

View from Ölberg, Siebengebirge, over Drachenfels
View over Drachenfels

Love for our homeland and cosmopolitanism have shaped our region since the days of the Romans and the Ubians –  even though hate mongers  and populists want us to believe otherwise.

My “Rhine Dragon” contributes to keep this tradition alive.  Here you will find a lot of information on the mountains and valleys of the Siebengebirge, its beautiful nature, the castle ruins Drachenfels, Löwenburg, Rosenau and the Monastery of Heisterbach. You will meet legendary figures and of course our dragons.

In the tales and stories with a historical background, such as „At Home on the Rhine in America“, regional history is told from the view of people who lived through these times. We see how many bonds there always been between the Rhineland and the surrounding Germany and Europe, and even North America.

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