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Neuschwanstein castle

In the Schwangau near Füssen
The fairytale castle of Neuschwanstein was built on order of King Ludwig II. and construction began in 1868. Set on a craggy outcrop of rock against a dramatic mountain background it recreated, as Richard Wagner wrote, "the castle of an archetypal teutonic knight".

Neuschwanstein castle, Photo: Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung Anton J. Brandl

The castle of the fairytale king

Seven weeks after the death of King Ludwig II, in the year 1886, Neuschwanstein was opened to the public. The reclusive king had built the castle to enable him to shrink away out of the public eye – now his secret refuge had become a tourist magnet. Click here for further details...

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