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Castle Pertenstein - Horse Stud
Oberbayern

Castle Pertenstein has survived more than 700 years of eventful history ever since. Under Barbara Lucia of Toerring-Stein, the estate rose in 1600 to a stately country castle with a thriving economy. Pertenstein was at this time Count's Hofmark with the right to exercise the lower jurisdiction. But already in the next generation it almost fell into ruin. In 1820, the Hofmark was converted into a second-class patrician community in Matzing / Pertenstein, from which the municipality of Matzing emerged in 1848.

The current owner is S.E. Hans Veit IV Count zu Toerring-Jettenbach. He handed over his second-oldest family estate to the "Heimatbund Schloss Pertenstein" e.V. in Erbpacht for 99 years. Under the motto "New life in old walls", efforts are being made together to preserve, renovate and restore this important cultural monument.

Today, Toerringer Castle has become a place of hospitality and culture worth visiting. The ensemble of the castle, the royal stables, the Tehentstadel and the circular hall provide the ideal setting for holding public and private events (such as weddings, corporate events, concerts and much more).

Source: http://www.schloss-pertenstein.de/schlossgeschichte

Copyright: H.J.Weber
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13144x6572
Taken: 09/05/2018
Uploaded: 11/05/2018
Updated: 06/01/2019
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Tags: exterior; day; castle; historic; historic building; horse
More About Oberbayern

Oberbayern liegt im Südosten des Freistaats Bayern und grenzt im Süden und Osten an Österreich, im Nordosten an Niederbayern und die Oberpfalz, im Nordwesten an Mittelfranken und im Westen an Schwaben. Verwaltungssitz des Bezirks und gleichzeitig Regierungssitz des Regierungsbezirks ist München. Oberbayerns Grenzen haben sich im Laufe der Jahrhunderte mehrfach verändert. Insbesondere gibt es keinen spezifisch oberbayerischen Dialekt. Der Begriff „Oberbayern“ erscheint zum ersten Mal im Jahre 1255 bei der bayerischen Landesteilung. Die Ausdehnung war jedoch ursprünglich eine andere: Der Chiemgau und die Gegend von Bad Reichenhall gehörten damals zu Niederbayern.


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