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Castels

Discover the Alsatian castles heritage on www.alsaceterredechateaux.com. Results in alphabetical order.

Prestations

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Ribeauville
Not far from here, Girsberg Castle was built in the 13th century, to house a new branch of the Ribeaupierre family.
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Ribeauville
Saint-Ulrich, one of the three remains overlooking Ribeauvillé, is undeniably one of the most exciting castle sites in Upper Alsace.
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Kaysersberg Vignoble
A former town of the Holy Roman Empire, Kaysersberg boasts an Imperial Castle. Built towards 1200 to form a barrier to the routes coming from Lorraine, the village was an important strategic site in the war that opposed the Holy Roman Empire and the Dukes of Lorraine.
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La Petite Pierre
Built in the 13th. c., modernized by Vauban in 1680. Head-office of the Regional Natural Park of the Northern Vosges mountains since 1977.
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Kintzheim
Kintzheim Castle was first mentioned in the year 1270 and was bought by the city of Sélestat in the 15th century before being sold again in the 17th century.
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Ferrette
Mentioned for the first time circa 1100, it is supposed to be one of the oldest in Alsace. From 1125, its name became linked to the history of the Counts of Ferrette, one of the most powerful seigneurial dynasties in Southern Alsace.
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Lembach
Big castle in ruins (12th-17th c.), hewed in the rock, that used to belong to the Barons of Fleckenstein.
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Lembach
Along a trail peppered with 20 games in the woods, at P’tit Fleck and in the castle, children and adults take up the castle’s challenge with the knight Hugo.
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Andlau
The castle with its two characteristic towers dominates the Kirneck valley with Barr to the North and the Andlau valley to the South.
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Saverne
Built during the 12th, restored in 1583. Romanesque ruins and Romanesque chapel of the 12th c. Beautiful panorama on the Northern Vosges mountains and on the plain of Alsace.

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