Araburg castle was built in the 12th century and continues to expand into the 17th century. During the first Turkish siege of 1529 it was a refuge place for the local population. Araburg also played a role in the religious wars between Catholics and Protestants. In 1683 it was destroyed during the second Turkish siege. Since then Araburg has been ruined.

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Founded: 12th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Austria

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Jana Vašíčková (2 years ago)
Zřícenina hradu s rozhlednou
Péter Nagy (2 years ago)
Gyönyörű, őszi időben egy nagyszerű séta után betértünk ide. A légkör több mint barátságos, szinte családias. Örülök, hogy eljöttünk ide, biztosan visszatérő vendégek leszünk.
Karin Mondl (2 years ago)
Tolles Ambiente, auch für Feiern jeglicher Art geeignet, gute Speisenauswahl, eingedeckte Tische mit Blumenschmuck auch im Freien.
Da Staudi (3 years ago)
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It's Jenny's life (4 years ago)
Super Wow this Old Castle!!!
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