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Ronneburg Aussichtsplattform
Germany

Approximately 35 km northeast of Frankfurt am Main, on the border between Spessart and Vogelsberg, stands a magnificent castle. Count Gerlach I von Büdingen built the medieval Ronneburg in the middle of the 13th century on a basalt cone in Fallbachtal. In the 16th Century the building was expanded to a representative Renaissance chateau. Today, the Ronneburg is one of the few original hilltop castles in Germany.

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