Neuenhof castle was first mentioned in 1326. The current water castle was rebuilt in 1643 and restored after fire in 1693. The main building is a rectangular two-storey house whose courtyard side is flanked by two towers.

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Founded: 14th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Germany
Historical period: Habsburg Dynasty (Germany)

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Birgit Wattalage (17 months ago)
Super Region, vor allem Stilleking!!!
Peter Gillmeister (19 months ago)
Ganz Klasse
Kai Uwe Klee (2 years ago)
Ist ganz nett da. Die Besitzer sind sehr bemüht und ist echt rustikal.
Petr Mazak (2 years ago)
It's private with no possibility for inside tour
coxens5 (2 years ago)
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