Lamprechtsburg Castle

Brunico, Italy

Lamprechtsburg castle consists of a simple Palas, keep, farm buildings and chapel. It is surrounded by the curtain wall. The chapel is mentioned in 1075 or 1090 and the wooden fort was replaced by stone castle in 1225 by the lords of Lamprechtsburg.

In the 1570s extensive restoration work was carried out. In 1812, the estate was sold to the priest Joseph Hauptmann, whose descendants are still the castle owners.

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Via Puenland, Brunico, Italy
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Founded: 1225
Category: Castles and fortifications in Italy

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Dirk Franke (4 years ago)
Very nice knight's castle from the outside. Privately owned and therefore cannot be viewed from the inside.
Luisa Duri (4 years ago)
It can be reached along an easy and shady path in the woods, which in the first part runs alongside the course of the Rienza. It dates back to the 12th century and belonged to the feudal lords of the bishop of Bressanone. Towards 1380 the counts of Gorizia took over. During the War of the Tyrol it was destroyed twice. In 1812 it was sold to the priest Josef Hauptmann, whose descendants are the current owners. The adjacent chapel is dedicated to Saint Kummemus and is very popular. The castle cannot be visited. From the plateau in front of it you can admire a beautiful panorama that reaches up to Kronplatz.
Dominika Knok (5 years ago)
A beautiful castle that can only be seen from the outside because it is privately owned, unfortunately
Roberta Mairginter (5 years ago)
Rossella Carli (6 years ago)
Proprietà privata, con tanto di cartello. Non visitabile agli interni. Per questo motivo non ci sono gli orari di visita. Ci sono solo delle passeggiate. I padroni sono poco cordiali, state alla larga da loro!
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