Schloss Falkenstein by Christian Jank (1833–1888), often mistaken for Neuschwanstein - both built for Ludwig II

Schloss Falkenstein by Christian Jank (1833–1888), often mistaken for Neuschwanstein - both built for Ludwig II

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Burg Falkenstein im Harz

Burg Falkenstein – Heimat des Sachsenspiegels › Ausflugstipps für Deutschland

Burg Falkenstein im Harz

Burg Niederfalkenstein (Falkenstein Castle), Austria.

Burg Niederfalkenstein (Falkenstein Castle), Austria.

Falkenstein Castle (Austria) Also called Neu-Falkenstein, is a ruined castle in Rosenheim. The hill fort is located at the foot of the Hohen Madrons and Petersberg. The castle was founded probably in the 13th Century.

Falkenstein Castle (Austria) Also called Neu-Falkenstein, is a ruined castle in Rosenheim. The hill fort is located at the foot of the Hohen Madrons and Petersberg. The castle was founded probably in the 13th Century.

Selketal-Stieg im Harz - 75,5 km durch das Stammland der Anhaltiner an der Burg Falkenstein vorbei bis zur UNESCO-Welterbestadt Quedlinburg.

Selketal-Stieg im Harz - 75,5 km durch das Stammland der Anhaltiner an der Burg Falkenstein vorbei bis zur UNESCO-Welterbestadt Quedlinburg.

Die Burg Falkenstein von Osten

Die Burg Falkenstein von Osten

Burg Rheinstein, Trechtingshausen, Rhein River, Germany<br /> <br /> Particularly characteristic of the Rheinland castles is the position on a cliff, 260 ft. above the river. First mentioned in 1279, the castle became the property of the influential archbishop of Trier, Kuno von Falkenstein, in the 14th century. At the begining of the 19th century Prince Friedrich of Prussia acquired the ruins and had them rebuilt in psudo-Gothic style. Rheinstein contains a collection of armour and art…

Burg Rheinstein, Trechtingshausen, Rhein River, Germany<br /> <br /> Particularly characteristic of the Rheinland castles is the position on a cliff, 260 ft. above the river. First mentioned in 1279, the castle became the property of the influential archbishop of Trier, Kuno von Falkenstein, in the 14th century. At the begining of the 19th century Prince Friedrich of Prussia acquired the ruins and had them rebuilt in psudo-Gothic style. Rheinstein contains a collection of armour and art…

Die Burg Falkenstein

Die Burg Falkenstein

Burg Falkenstein (Pfronten) – Wikipedia

Burg Falkenstein (Pfronten) – Wikipedia

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