Bad Rappenau Wasserschloss

Bad Rappenau, Germany

The Wasserschloss (water castle) in Bad Rappenau is a moated castle from the early 17th century. The castle was built in 1601 by the Lords of Gemmingen on the site of an older manor. Today it is used for cultural events.

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Founded: 1601
Category: Castles and fortifications in Germany
Historical period: Reformation & Wars of Religion (Germany)

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André Rettner (4 months ago)
The castle is idyllically situated in the middle of a small park and surrounded by a moat. It was built in the 17th century and is now owned by the municipality. After serving as the town hall for a few decades, it is now mainly used for cultural purposes. Especially in autumn it is beautifully embedded between the colorful leaves of the surrounding trees.
Harry Hirsch (8 months ago)
Schöner Ort, nur von außen zu besichtigen.
Bogdan Barbieru (2 years ago)
Nice place to walk around. Its quiet. When you visit Bad Rappenau area you can check this place. Not so far is a small lake named Kursee.
Hermann Gläßel (2 years ago)
Nice atmosphere, like going to current exhibitions
Anette Unger-Schmitz (2 years ago)
Small but nice, the park is great and easy to visit with children
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