- Zell (Mosel)
Collis Turm (Collis tower) High above the vineyards of Zell (Mosel) on high ground, you can see a red brick tower, built in 1906, former a shelter.
Collis Turm (Collis tower)
High above the vineyards of Zell (Mosel) on high ground, you can see a red brick tower, built in 1906, former a shelter. It burns down in an arson attack. For this reason, the members of the Zell chapter of the then Mosel-Hochwald-Hunsrück Association decided to build the Collis Tower. The Mosel Valley Railway provided the building material for the tower’s brickwork. The tower, which can be seen from afar today, is about eight metres high and has a weather vane on its roof. The Collis Tower with its viewing platform is a popular destination for hikers who have a fantastic view of Zell and the Mosel valley.
Heimat- und Verkehrsverein Zell (Mosel) e.V.
Open all year round
The stop station is opened from the end of April to October on Saturday and Sunday and on holidays from 11:00 a.m.- 05:00 p.m.
(external sign-the blue flag with the golden "M")