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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Deni Web (11 months ago)
Beautiful view from the spot. Perfect for pictures.
Nikita Shah (13 months ago)
Beautiful ruins hidden in the hike between Rudeshiem and Asmanhausen!
C Madsen (14 months ago)
Great view over the region, don't use the cable car unless you have to.
ayman harfush (2 years ago)
An amazing place with nice view
Andres Valdivia (2 years ago)
Beautiful to walk around. Take the cable car. Great views
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