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Palas north side of Clingenburg
Franconia

“Klingenberg” is on the right bank of the River Main in the county “Mildenberg”. Only 40 meters above the city stands the Clingenburg. From the original Hohenstaufen castle (built in 1100) survived the archway and the massive foundations of the round turret. In 1891 a theater play was staged at the castle. The Clingenburg Festival was born with annual musicals, operas and concerts.

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送信日: 13/11/2011
更新日: 21/08/2014
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