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Reichsburg Cochem Germany

Cochem Castle is a castle in the Rhineland-Palatinate town of Cochem on the Moselle. It is its landmark and stands on a clearly visible conical hill 154 metres above sea level above the city. As a hilltop castle it belongs to the type of hill forts.
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07:47 16:45
50°8'44.064" N 7°10'9.126" E

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Alona Azaria
Alona Azaria 19.10.2018
Dear Reiner, your shot is just amazing !!! can you please add the coordinates in the comments here? unfortunately the system here does now allow any details from shots added to the location. Thanks for posting
Manuel Becker
Manuel Becker 27.10.2018
The reason for this is, that for this case another spot should be created, because it's a different one. I am pretty sure though, that this is a drone photo. There is one spot up in the hills which I added (you can see it in the spots nearby), but even that view isn't so steep. After the app it will be our highest priority to clean spots up like this one and make sure that you get the details for each spot. Hope this will already resolve this issue and if not I would love to hear from you to find solutions to improve this part :-) Have a nice weekend dear Alona!
Alona Azaria
Alona Azaria 27.10.2018
Hi Manuel, thanks for your response. Yes, this is definitely an issue. But I did my own little research although I did not put it to the test yet. There is this Sesselbahn-Terrassen-Café from which you get a higher view but I cannot see on google map the castle. There is another spot from Pinnerkreuz 50.149992, 7.163083 but again, I have no idea if this is higher. This particular photo is way too high, and I think that if any member is using a drone and not mentioning this fact, the coordinates make absolutely no sense and worse, is sending other friends to wrong places. Its tricky. I will send you a separate private email in the coming days about other issues that need attending to. Unfortunately, I can see now only three spots in Cochem, none is yours. I will check your uploads separately.
Manuel Becker
Manuel Becker 27.10.2018
Yeah I definitely know what you mean. We also need a feature to mention other photographers within a spot, so that we could ask Reiner for this specific case. Sure feel free to write me, always appreciate to hear from you!
JJ Jones
JJ Jones 15.12.2017
When: I took this picture around 5 a.m. in the morning. Shooting that early in the morning provided the soft lighting and reflections seen in this picture. Where: Taken on the shore of the Moselle River near the main parking lot.

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Thank you Reemt Peters-Hein for creating this photo spot and JJ Jones, Reiner Boehme, Christian Lamine, Jakob Kühne for improving it with additional photos or content.

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