Mollenburg Castle

Weiten, Austria

Mollenburg Castle was destroyed and rebuilt in the mid-13th century during local feud. It was enlarged around 1500 and turned partially into a Renaissance style residence. The castle was demolished in 1860. Today it is privately owned.


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Mollenburg 2, Weiten, Austria
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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Austria


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