Munsbach Castle

Munsbach, Luxembourg

Munsbach Castle was built in 1775 in Baroque style. It has two towers and a number of dependent buildings. It now belongs to the Institut Universitaire International Luxembourg which provides educational courses in business, European law and public sector management.



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Founded: 1775
Category: Castles and fortifications in Luxembourg

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Léo Etlesbas (3 years ago)
Nice castle and nice park
Lennon (4 years ago)
Quiet and peaceful, quality time there
German S (4 years ago)
Excellent place with nice Parc for picnic
Kevin Gonzalez (5 years ago)
Beautiful Castle and garden. Very nice place to sit, walk, or bike with your family.
Jamie N (6 years ago)
Came here to have a look around when I had some time to kill near Luxembourg. No facilities, but nice views and free parking.
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