Germany's grandest castles
Germany's captivating castles
Germany, a country renowned for its culturally rich cities, stunning natural landscapes, and vibrant festivals, is also the castle capital.
This perfect villa is located in Ahrensburg, near Hamburg in northern Germany. The 430-year-old Ahrensburg Castle is now a museum.
Schloss Ahrensburg, Schleswig-Holstein
Sigmaringen Castle, a lovely town in southern Germany, looks to have risen from the rocky plinth on which it stands.
Schloss Sigmaringen, Baden-Württemberg
This stunning red sandstone castle guards the town of Heidelberg on the Neckar River in southwestern Germany. Built in the 13th century, it was damaged.
Schloss Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg
The neo-Gothic Marienburg Castle is a fairy-tale property that adorns Pattensen. The hilltop schloss was built in 1867 for Queen Mary, wife of King George.
Castle Marienburg, Pattensen, Saxony
Despite its size and control, Anholt Castle is stunning. The moated stronghold at Isselburg, western Germany, dates.
Anholt Castle, Isselburg, Northwestphalia
Schwerin Castle, a day trip from Hamburg in northern Germany, is definitely one of the country's most beautiful structures.
Schloss Schwerin in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
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