Peut être le Mont Calmont et la ville de Bremm :)
I looked on google maps - Bremm would work for the stamp on the right, but there would be no village near by to match the left stamp. The Moselle has too many bends :)
If I read German well enough, it might be Kröv and Traben-Trarbach / Wolf. (but which of these words is the name of the town and which the name of the region wasn't so clear to me - you might search further with these names :-) )It is an amazing panorama!
I think you have found the answer, Heleen. Kröv appears to be the settlement on the right stamp, which means the village on the left stamp is called Wolf. Nice detective work.
I love the bend on the river, looks idyllic.
It really does, I can see why this view was chosen.
I love how stamps are little works of art
a river is always so nice in a calm rural scene.
This bend reminds me of learning about how oxbow lakes are formed. I'm guessing that wouldn't happen now as I'm sure there would be human intervention.
I have got some stamps from these series of landscapes, and I really love them. They look superb on mail. But, regarding this specific stamp, I have only got the same as you, and not the other part of the river.
An interesting coincidence!
That river could soon develop as an ox-bow lake.