Dauchstein Castle Ruins

Binau, Germany

Dauchstein castle was built in 1030 as a toll station for the Hohenstaufen family. As the castle was no longer used after the construction of the new residential castle, it was left to decay. Today the tower exists, other buildings are in ruins.

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B37, Binau, Germany
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Founded: 1030
Category: Ruins in Germany
Historical period: Salian Dynasty (Germany)

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3.2/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

Liort Felder (5 months ago)
Ruine, schlecht fußläufig zu erreichen, weit ab vom Schuss, Aussicht aufs Atomkraftwerk auf der anderen Flussseite.
Oscar Gonzalez (7 months ago)
The view from the place is pretty and the tower is just a nice detail. Nothing too special, but worth taking a look if doing wandering nearby. You can't go inside.
Sascha M (8 months ago)
Durchaus interessantes Ausflugsziel. Aber der Turm ist nicht begehbar und die Wege dorthin sind zum Teil unter aller Sau!
K C (11 months ago)
Nice ruins. Enjoyed the setting and castle.
Thorsten Oje (13 months ago)
Bei schönem Wetter ist die Burg definitiv ein Abstecher wert.
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