The home of the famous "Zeller-Schwarze-Katz" vineyard with the Electoral Residence Palace, "Schwarze Katz" fountain, "Beinter Kopf" mountain shrine, round tower, Collisturm vantage point with magnificent views of Zell and the Moselle valley.
The town of Zell (Mosel), whose Latin name "Cella" stands in interesting contrast to the Celtic names "Merl" and "Kaimt", its suburbs, has been the main town in the "Zeller Hamm" (Mosel loop) since ancient times. Today it forms, together with 24 local communities in the Moselle valley and on the Hunsrück, it forms the municipality of Zell with a population of around 16,000. The wine town of Zell (Mosel), which is more than 2000 years old, invites you on a journey through an eventful history, which is reflected in its impressive buildings, winding alleys and, last but not least, in the picturesque town centre. Its scenic attractions and climatic advantages make the wine town a centre of attraction for tourists from all over the world.
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