Waldkirch Castle of Baden-Württemberg by EuroTourData
Waldkirch Castle is the restored ruins of the hill castle, that was built around 1260 for the Lords of Schwarzenberg to protect Waldkirch town and control the trade route through the Eltz valley. During the Thirty Years' War, the castle was destroyed by imperial troops on March 14, 1634, in order not to leave the castle to the advancing Swedish troops. The castle ruins are being restored since 2002 by the group Kastelburg in Not. Info based on the article Kastelburg of German Wikipedia.
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|Tourist Audience||Cultural heritage tourism|
|Website||Administration of Waldkirch town|
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|Operator||Kastelburg in Not|
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