Rossel Castle was erected in 1774 by the Duke of Ostein on the highest elevation of the Niederwald.The fantastic view of the Nahe confluence and the Bingen Hole (“Binger Loch”) make it a popular destination for daytrips.

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Founded: 1774
Category: Ruins in Germany
Historical period: Emerging States (Germany)

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Joh Bert (13 months ago)
Ein wunderschöner Platz zum wandern, entspannen und die Aussicht genießen!!
emiel verwilst (2 years ago)
Adembenemend uitzicht. Goed bereik tot deze locatie.
Willem Wessels (2 years ago)
Beautiful views from up there
E&C Cox (3 years ago)
One of the best views of the Rhine valley. You can see across to Bingen and even the Mausturm is visible. The walk to get here is fun and there is a lot of nature to see and have fun with. This is a great adventure for younger families as the hike is not too tough.
Christian Henning (3 years ago)
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