Castles of Europe
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Castle Sites by Country: A-M
Burgenland means "Land of Castles," and Burg Forchtenstein may be the biggest
and baddest fortress in that Austrian province.
Tour the moated castle, explore the Moorland and Peat Bog Museum, and take a
ride on the historic narrow-gauge railroad in Lower Austria's Waldviertel.
Belgium Guide: Castles of Belgium
Some 300 of Belgium's 3,000+ castles are open to the public as museums, hotels,
restaurants, or reception venues.
View the photo albums, or rent a castle with 15 or more friends.
Roads to Ruins
Explore the medieval fortifications of Germany with Edward G. Kane.
Learn about 17 state-owned castles and monuments in the Rhineland-Palatinate.
Martin Luther used Eisenach, Germany's historic castle as a hiding
place during the early days of the Reformation.
List of Castles in Ireland
Many of the articles linked from this page are
barely more than stubs, but some are full-fledged entries with detailed text and
Visit the "medieval heart of Italy" with P. Ramponi's Castles of Tuscany site.
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