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There are some pictures of the castle and interior besides the wall and steps-which were destroyed back in war in 1800's, but rebuilt to access Princes' building
Written Jul 24, 2012
This castle was a main defensive position for centuries and is one of the oldest and most powerful preserved fortified structures in BAvaria. It served as a military stronghold beginning with the reign of Stauffer-Kings of 1070-1272. Since 1773 is is the property of the Oettingen-WAllerstein families.
The walls and all the castle are well preserved and maintained and the families still come here to stay for a few months in the summer/autumn, so some of the room are blocked from tours then. There is an active bakery and tower, a restaurant, hotel, and tour shop besides the office for tours. Times to have a guided tour are 9-5 daily and the fee is 6 Euro. The tour lasts about 45 minutes and is a very good showing of the castle and interior.
The church is dated back to 1720, and some deceased owners are entombed here. The bakery and tower is from 16th century, and today the gift shop. The grand hall is on the second floor and impressive, the the main large tower is the Princes' building that was built in 13th century for the gentry.
Updated Jul 24, 2012