Found in the Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria, the Brennhausen Castle in Germany gets spotted at the Haßberge Nature Park. The origination of the name embraces two possibilities as one stresses the houses by that of a water source, and the other highlights the importance of the old German name, Brunicho. Also, the first mention pertaining to […]
The castle of Johannisburg in Aschaffenburg was erected during the period that extended between 1605 and 1614, and it was built by Georg Ridinger. Schloss Johannisburg had served as the second residence related to the prince bishop of Mainz until 1803, and the construction of this castle was made possible through sandstone and other building […]
Veste Oberhaus fortress, Passau Founded in the year 1219, Veste Oberhaus is a fortress, as it had donned the role of a stronghold for most of the time for that of Bishop of Passau in Germany. The building gets spotted on the mountain crest, found between that of the Ilz and Danube rivers, as it […]
As an outstanding landmark found lying on the Main river spotted in Wurzburg, the Marienberg Fortress in Germany is so mighty that it serves as the symbol related to Wurzburg. The fortress had been the home of many prince bishops that had extended for about five centuries, and when this area had fallen under the […]
Standing on a sandstone rock found in the northern sections of the city of Nuremberg, the Nuremberg Castle is soaked in rich history and architecture, which makes it as one of the renowned fortresses in Europe.
The 19th century palace of Hohenschwangau is located in southern Germany, and this was the castle where King Ludwig II of Bavaria had dwelled during his childhood.
A complex pertaining to royal buildings found on the Herreninsel make up for the Herrenchiemsee, and the island of Herreninsel is found in the center of Bavaria’s largest lake, the Chiemsee, that is about 60 kilometers away from Munich.
Located between the two arms of the River Würm, the medieval Blutenburg Palace was built in the year 1438-1439.
As a palace found near Oberammergau located in the southeast Bavaria, the Linderhof Palace in Germany is the smallest among the three palaces erected by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, as this had been the only palace that got completed during his lifetime.
The Romanesque revival palace of Neuschwanstein castle, a 19th century castle, is found atop a rugged hill spotted above that of Hohenschwangau village, found near Füssen in Bavaria, Germany. The castle is a very popular tourist destination in the whole of Europe