Hazlov Castle

Hazlov, Czech Republic

Hazlov was first mentioned in 1224 as a property of the noble house of Haslau. Bedřich of Hazlov probably built the castle in the village. It was repaired by Landwüst family in the late 15th century. The castle was left to decay after the Second World War, but it is partially restored.

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Hazlov, Czech Republic
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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Czech Republic

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Martin Kocura (4 years ago)
I only saw from a distance
Günter Vogt (5 years ago)
The castle is located in Wächterburg on the shopping street Eger - Asch - in Central Germany. It was a fort in the 17th century, surrounded by a baroque castle. Now runs the restoration; unfortunately very long. The castle served as a guard castle on the trade route Eger - Asch - to central Germany. It was later a fortress until it was rebuilt in the 17th century as a Baroque castle. Recovery is now in progress; unfortunately very slow.
Anna Príplatová (Medíková) (5 years ago)
Castle Park ?. Unfortunately, the chateau is half-ruined.
Bosman Bos (5 years ago)
The torso of the castle at the end of the republic is not much worth the state
Tomáš Náhlík (5 years ago)
A nice castle, built essentially as a wall around a church that is in the middle - perhaps on the site of a former fortress. You can see that the owner is trying to fix it and come back because some parts have been completely collapsed. At the same time, there was a very nice park in front of the castle, so hopefully the owner can handle it and once we can see the whole castle from the inside. ?
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