Eltville Castle of Hesse by EuroTourData
Eltville Castle is the restored urban castle and the lowland castle, built in 1345 as the fortified residence of the Bishops of Mainz. The castle was destroyed by Swedish troops in 1635 during the Thirty Years' War. Only the fortified house survived, partly rebuilt in 1682.
Eltville Castle of Hesse info
Description of Eltville Castle
The gate of the castle is located on the northern side of the castle. To the left of the entrance is the Elector's Hall. On the south side of the inner bailey is located fortified house, 24 meters high. On the upper floors of the fortified house is the Gutenberg Museum. On the western part is located the defensive wall with battlements. On the south side, on the side of the Rhine, there is the zwinger.
Source: the article Burg Eltville of German Wikipedia.
|Tourist Audience||Cultural heritage tourism|
|German name||Burg Eltville|
|German alternate name||Kurfürstliche Burg Eltville|
|Opening hours||Daily from to of CEST UTC+02:00 or of CET UTC+01:00|
|Video||Reconstruction of Eltville Castle on YouTube|
|Operator||Burg- und Gutenberg-Verein Eltville e.V.|
|Street address||Burgstraße 1|
|Town||Eltville am Rhein|
|Google Map||Eltville Castle|
|Directions to||Eltville Castle|
|Waze Map||Eltville Castle|
|Knowledge Panel||Eltville Castle|
Dataset to Eltville Castle of Hesse
Tabular dataset and ATOM feed to Eltville Castle of Hesse.
ETD ID: elvhs-grm.
Creator: Nikolaj Antonov - ORCID.
Published: - Central European Time (UTC+01:00).
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