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This place was first mentioned in the year 874. The castle has been rebuilt several times and served as prison for more than 130 years. Since 1989 it is abendoned.


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Very nice set. Just a pity that some things were stolen and different things has been rearranged for photos in recent years. But nevertheless it's still an interesting and worth seeing place!

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