Carlstein castle was mentioned in 1112. It was rebuilt several times and current appearance dates mainly from the 16th century.

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Founded: 12th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Austria

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Marian Henry von Habsburg (8 months ago)
Wonderful Castle. With respect to the current owner and privacy it would be wonderful idea having small portion of the magnificent building dedicated to tourists. We do exhibit Imperial Sterling Silver, Bavarian, Hungarian fine China and art work including jewelry @ B+B at Sunbury Cove Winery CA
V N (9 months ago)
The castle is a private ground not accessible for tourists today. It has an interesting history and hopefully bright future as it looks nice from outside and has a good location near Thaya river. Unfortunately, there is not much around that may attract attention of bypassers.
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