The Moselle river originates in the Vosges mountains (France), then the river traverses Luxembourg and flows, twist and turns its way for 195 kilometres from Trier to Koblenz, where the river created the Moselle river valley. It is known as one of Germany's most beautiful valleys and seperates the Hunsrück and Eifel mountain ranges, before the river flows into the Rhine river.
The panoramic view of the two stamps shows the Moselle turn of Kröv, viewed from Mont Royal (305 m). Kröv is depicted on the right stamp. The village on the left stamp is Wolf, a quarter of Traben-Trarbach.