Sankt-Laurentius-Kirche and Moselle River in Bremm, Germany make for a great conjunction of two beautiful attractions for travelers and photographers alike. Perched on the bank of the Moselle River, the Church of St. Lawrence is a great example of 14th century Gothic architecture. Its most striking feature is the intricately designed portal which dates back to 1314. There are also two consoles depicting a Christ figure with a Lamb, and the figures of St Lawrence and St Margaret still intact after 600 years. The Moselle River, on the other hand, weaves its way through German, French and Luxembourgish countryside and presents great opportunities for photography. The surrounding features like vineyard, breathtaking vistas and local villages add on to its charm. Both the Church and the Moselle River provide memorable experiences to all who visit this corner of Germany.