Recently I have visited an animal welfare festival in Koblenz in Germany. The name Koblenz originates from Latin (ad) confluentes, confluence or "(at the) merging of rivers". Koblenz is an ancient city and a gateway to the terraced vineyards and ruined castles of the Rhine Gorge.
The German corner (or in German “Deutsche Eck”) is a monument to Kaiser Wilhelm I and at this point the Mosel flows into the Rhine. We were also at the fortress Ehrenbreitstein in Koblenz. The fortress has existed since the 16th century but was never used during the war. In 2011, the Federal Garden Show took place here, for which the fortress was completely renovated and restored. From the fortress you have a wonderful view over the city Koblenz, including the German corner.
Today, a big national flag and the flags of the 16 Länder are flying at the German Corner as a reminder of German unity.
I think we also need a unity flag to help save the rhinos!
With Love Stompie!