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Jesuitenplatz, 56068 Koblenz

The square in the centre of Koblenz's old town was named after the religious order of the same name, which was active here from 1580 to 1773. The Jesuits took over a Cistercian convent founded in the 13th century and rebuilt it.

The palatial Jesuit grammar school with its towers and magnificent portals on the south side of the square was built in 1694-1701 and has housed the town hall of the city of Koblenz since 1895 (Town Hall Building I). In the south-east corner of Jesuitenplatz is the former Jesuit Church (now the City Church). It was built in 1613-17. In the centre of the square, which is surrounded by beautifully restored town houses, stands the monument to the Koblenz physiologist and anatomist Johannes Müller, which dates from 1899.


From31.01.2024 until the 31.01.2029

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56068 Koblenz Jesuitenplatz