Greifenstein Castle of Hesse by EuroTourData

Greifenstein Castle is the restored ruins of the hill castle, built around 1160 as the coercion castle of the Counts of Nassau-Beilstein to protect Cologne High Military and Escort Road. In 1298 the castle was destroyed by the troops of the counts of Nassau and Solms. After 1693 the castle fell into disrepair. The castle houses Bell Museum. Source: the article Burg Greifenstein (Greifenstein) of German Wikipedia.

Western view on the defensive walls with double fortified tower of Greifenstein Castle of Hesse

Greifenstein Castle of Hesse info

Greifenstein Castle tabular general info
Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
German name Burg Greifenstein
Type Hill castle
Subtype Coercion castle
Built
Condition Restored ruins
Entrance fee € 5
Website Burg Greifenstein
Video Burg Greifenstein on YouTube
Contains Bell Museum
Owner Greifenstein-Verein e. V.
Street address
Talstraße 5
Postal code 35753
Municipality Greifenstein
State Hesse
Country Germany
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Plus code 9F2CJ7CV+7R
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Latitude 50.62069
Longitude 8.29459
GeoNames ID 12509478
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Dataset to Greifenstein Castle of Hesse

Tabular dataset and ATOM feed to Greifenstein Castle of Hesse.

ETD ID: grfshs-grm.

Creator: Nikolaj Antonov - ORCID.

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Modified: - Central European Time (UTC+01:00).

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