Freyberg Castle of Bavaria by EuroTourData
Freyberg Castle is the restored ruins of the hilltop castle, built in 1432 as the fortified seat of Lords of Freyberg.
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Freyberg Castle history
In 1452, during the Peasants' War, the castle repulsed the rebels with the help of Austrian troops from Innsburg. During the Thirty Years' War, on September 15, 1646, the castle was set on fire in order to prevent the Swedish troops from obtaining the preserved castle. Since then the castle has been like an uninhabited ruin. From 1995 to 2006 the ruins of the castle were completely restored.
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|German name||Burg Hohenfreyberg|
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ETD ID: frbbav-grm.
Creator: Nikolaj Antonov - ORCID.
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