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Climbing up the Stairs of the Keep of the Castle Ruins of Staufen
Baden-Wuerttemberg

Castle Staufen was built in the 12th century. In 1632 – during the Thirty Years War - the castle was demolished by Swedish troops.

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Tags: castle; ruin; staufen; black forest; markgräflerland; keep
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