Warth Castle

Eppan, Italy

The Warth Castle (Burg Warth) was around 1250 to the site of earlier fortified court. Lords of Weineck made the first major reconstruction in in the mid-15th century. The residential buildings were erected in the 16th and 17th centuries.

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Via Pillhof 12, Eppan, Italy
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Founded: 1250
Category: Castles and fortifications in Italy

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Harald Dittenhauser (3 years ago)
Ist super
Michaela Kotschate (4 years ago)
Schöne Burg. Aber leider hatten wir eine der nicht renovierten Wohnungen. Im Sommer sehr heiß, da kein Balkon vorhanden.
antonio errico (4 years ago)
Hannes Maier (4 years ago)
Giovanni Piccolo (5 years ago)
Grande
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