Hohenneuffen Castle of Baden-Württemberg by EuroTourData

Hohenneuffen Castle was built around 1120 as the hill castle for the counts of Neuffen. Info based on the article Burg Hohenneuffen of German Wikipedia.

Aerial view of Hohenneuffen Castle of Baden-Württemberg

Hohenneuffen Castle of Baden-Württemberg info

Hohenneuffen Castle history

In the 15th century, the expansion of the castle to a state fortress began. From the middle of the 16th century advanced outworks, roundels, bastions, casemates, and an arsenal were built.

During the Thirty Years' War on November 22, 1635, after a 15-month siege, the commandant of the castle signed the capitulation. In the 18th century, the Duke of Württemberg began to rebuild the castle into a French-style fortress. However, he died before the fortress was built, and his successor soon abandoned the plan due to high costs and dubious military benefits. Since 1795, it was no longer used and the nearest inhabitants dismantled the castle for building materials.

Hohenneuffen Castle tabular general info
Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
German name Burg Hohenneuffen
Type Hill castle
Built
Condition Ruins
Owner Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg
Website HOHENNEUFFEN FORTRESS RUINS
Opening hours to Daily from to of CEST UTC+02:00
Public access Free
Street address
Hohenneuffenstraße 100
Postal code 73268
Town Erkenbrechtsweiler
State Baden-Württemberg
Country Germany
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Plus code 8FWFH94V+62
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Latitude 48.55568
Longitude 9.39258
GeoNames ID 12495770
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Dataset to Hohenneuffen Castle of Baden-Württemberg

Tabular dataset and ATOM feed to Hohenneuffen Castle of Baden-Württemberg.

ETD ID: hhnfbdw-grm.

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