Frankenberg Castle

Aachen, Germany

Frankenberg Castle was constructed during the 13th century and historically it was the seat of a Vogt, local administrator. Until the end of the 19th century, the castle consisted of a broad forecastle, a farmyard, and a main castle (which was completely surrounded by water). 

With the introduction of the French Constitution of 1793, Frankenberg Castle lost its status as a fief of Jülich. Between 1834 and 1838, the property underwent comprehensive renovation and modernization.

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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Germany
Historical period: Hohenstaufen Dynasty (Germany)

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E. T (10 months ago)
Haven't had such good and friendly service in a long time. The waiter was quick, answered every question very friendly and gave us a nice evening. The food was very tasty and solid. Good address and many thanks to Mr. Kemal.
Günter Schluetz (14 months ago)
One of the most beautiful residential areas in Aachen, belonging to the Burtscheid district. Frankenberg a residential area with citizens who are actively committed to peace, democracy, respect and appreciation for the political work in Aachen. A residential area with parks, playgrounds, old housing stock with wonderful facades and a castle.
Mikey Mike (2 years ago)
Beautiful place for a beautiful family time. Happy kids, happy parents. Happy parents,happy city. Love
Hicran Ekinci (5 years ago)
Very nice platz
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