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CBG Travel Diaries 2.03 | Ausblick am Deutschen Eck

Season 5, Ep. 3

In the latest episode from Season 2 of the Coffee Break German Travel Diaries, Karl and Birgit are waking up in Koblenz, a beautiful city in Rhineland-Palatinate. The couple join their new friends on a cable car trip, high above the Rhine, to The Ehrenbreitstein Fortress before rounding off the day with dinner on deck. Throughout the episode, Coffee Break German hosts Mark and Andrea focus on the genitive, some history-related vocabulary and much more!


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At Coffee Break German we provide content for beginners and intermediate learners, along with regular mini lessons on social media. Visit coffeebreakgerman.com for all the information you need to build your confidence in German.

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