Lebenberg Castle

Tscherms, Italy

Lebenberg Castle is located in the midst of vineyards at the slopes of the Marlinger mountain. It was built by Herrn von Marling in the 13th century and in the course of time, mainly in the 16th and 17th century, adapted and enlarged to a palace of an impressive size.

The castle is private property and can be visited. Worthwhile seeing is a fresco in the knight’s hall, which depicts the genealogical tree of the the Fuchs family, who were the owners of the palace until 1826, over 12 generations, and the medieval collection of weapons.


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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Italy

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Franco Pontarollo (3 years ago)
molto bello anche se abbiamo potuto visitarne solo una parte perché abitato dai proprietari. Giardino esterno e vista panoramica molto rilassanti, la guida è stata molto cortese e simpatica, all'interno non si possono scattare foto, comunqie un bel ricordo.
John Barny (3 years ago)
Veľmi príjemný sprievodca. Krásny výhľad.
Toby Martin (4 years ago)
Fascinating castle from 1200 and the guide did a great job of bringing it to life (in German and Italian). Well worth a visit.
full metal (4 years ago)
Very nice tour
Stephan Elser (5 years ago)
super friendly. Informative, a small jewel. Great with kids.
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