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Die Ruine Hochburg bei Emmendingen
Baden-Wuerttemberg

The Hochburg castle origins from the 11th century. It was destroyed, rebuilt, modernized, enlarged, destroyed and rebuilt again during the centuries until its final demolition in 1688. The remaining walls show their former largeness.

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