Wallerstein Castle

Wallerstein, Germany

Wallerstein Castle is a three-wing building with a classical facade. It is owned by the family Oettingen-Wallerstein and built in the early 1800s.


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Maik Moeller (12 months ago)
Super Ausflug, schönes Städtchen
Torsten Ort (2 years ago)
leider nicht öffentlich
Guido Krieger (2 years ago)
Wallerstein Garden Traumhaft schöne Gärten Ein unbedingtes muss für natur Liebhaber Sehr professionell angelegt Gärten Mit viel Liebe zum detail Man sollte sich unbedingt eine Führung gönnen ( 20€) ohne 8€
Elisabeth Janosch (2 years ago)
Kann man leider nicht mehr besichtigen da es jetzt in Privatbesitz ist.
Ron (2 years ago)
So so
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