Hinterglauchau Castle

Glauchau, Germany

Glauchau was founded by a colony of Sorbs and Wends, and belonged to the lords of Schönburg as early as the 12th century. Hinterglauchau Renaissance-style castle was built from 1470 on the site of a castle built by the Lords of Schönburg around 1170 and has been the center of their rule for centuries . With the construction of the parts of the building, later called Castle Fordglauchau, the facility was expanded towards the city from around 1525. At the same time the main castle was rebuilt. In the early 20th century a museum was set up in the castle.

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Founded: 1470
Category: Castles and fortifications in Germany
Historical period: Habsburg Dynasty (Germany)

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Tina Schmid (3 years ago)
It was a very nice day with you, we found it very fascinating to see so many historical furniture and paintings and the rooms spoke for themselves so many exhibits are rarely seen we found the tour very interesting and beautiful We were rarely welcomed so warmly will come back in any case :)
Valentin Junker (3 years ago)
A very nice castle with a lot of equipment.
Elten (3 years ago)
Nice little castle with a nice exhibition, at a reasonable price. However, the castle was very difficult to find as there are no signs indicating the way. But the staff is a no-go! (That's why only one star) At the checkout we were asked by an elderly gentleman if we wanted to take a picture, to which we denied. "You can still pay later," was the answer. ? When we came back from the tour we were greeted with the sentence "Was the photograph at least worth it?" Puzzled, we replied that we actually did not take a single photo of the exhibition, which of course we were not believed. "If you believe it, I was just thinking" Such staff is actually intolerable. One is portrayed as a scrounger or a liar. Does not work at all! On the one hand I find an extra fee for taking pictures anyway bullshit and on the other hand I like to pay it if I want to use it ☝.
F W (3 years ago)
Nice home exhibition Inexpensive entry Pleasant coworkers
Kelly Muir (6 years ago)
Beautiful!
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