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Lindenfels Castle Area of the castle
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Lindenfels Castle is a weir system preserved as a ruin. In the 11th Century stood on the same site a large bailiwick, "Slirburc" called, a possession of the Cloister Lorsch. Beginning of the 12th Century Konrad von Hohenstaufen (brother of the legendary Emperor Barbarossa) built this fortress. Following the loss of their military importance, the castle was scheduled for demolition (1779).

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Uploaded: 11/06/2013
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