Philippstein Castle of Hesse by EuroTourData
Philippstein Castle is the restored ruins of the spur castle, built in 1390 for Philipp I, Count of Nassau-Weilburg to protect his fiefdoms. In the 16th century, the castle lost its strategic importance, was abandoned and began to fall into disrepair. Today all parts of the castle ruins have been restored and fixed. Access to the castle is possible with a key kept by the keeper.
The article Burg Philippstein of German Wikipedia.
Philippstein Castle of Hesse info
|Tourist Audience||Cultural heritage tourism|
|German name||Burg Philippstein|
|Entrance fee||€ 1|
|Key Keeper||Gasthaus Gombel - 35619 Braunfels-Philippstein - Braunfelser Straße 26 - telephone (06442) 44 63|
|Video||Burg Philippstein on YouTube|
|Operator||Burg- und Heimatverein Philippstein|
|Street address||Am Burgberg|
|Google Map||Philippstein Castle|
|Directions to||Philippstein Castle|
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