Neudahn Castle in Rhineland-Palatinate by EuroTourData

Neudahn Castle is the restored ruins of the rock castle, built around 1238 as the fortified residence for the House of Dahl.

View on the eastern bastion with the cavalier and two battery towers of Neudahn Castle in Rhineland-Palatinate

Neudahn Castle history

Presumably in 1438, during the War of Metz, the castle was burned down. The castle was also badly damaged during the Peasants' War of 1525. However, after the end of the war, the castle was restored, significantly expanded and modernized. In 1689, the French army destroyed the castle during the Palatinate War of Succession. The owner of the castle is Rhineland-Palatinate General Directorate for Cultural Heritage (in German Generaldirektion Kulturelles Erbe Rheinland-Pfalz).

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Neudahn Castle tabular data
Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
German name Burg Neudahn
Type Rock castle
Condition Restored ruins
Public access Free
Owner Rhineland-Palatinate General Directorate for Cultural Heritage
Street address
B 427
Postal code 66994
Municipality Dahn
State Rhineland-Palatinate
Country Germany
Latitude 49.16302
Longitude 7.75727
GeoNames ID 12519130
Plus code 8FX95Q74+6W

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Tabular dataset and ATOM feed to Neudahn Castle in Rhineland-Palatinate.

ETD ID: ndhrpl-grm.

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