The castles around Colmar

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KATZENTHAL

Castle of Wineck 

Castle Wineck is a lovely ruin in the vineyards on a hill overlooking the small village of Katzenthal. An easy and pleasant walk in all seasons.

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AUBURE

Le château de Bilstein-Aubure 

This castle features a 12th century square-shaped keep, protected by a double curtain wall modified by the Wurtembergs in the 14th century. The keep is accessed through a high pointed-arch door.

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KAYSERSBERG VIGNOBLE

Castle of Kaysersberg 

A former town of the Holy Roman Empire, Kaysersberg boasts an Imperial Castle. Built towards 1200 to form a barrier to the routes coming from Lorraine, the village was an important strategic site in the war that opposed the Holy Roman Empire and the...

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WINTZENHEIM

Château du Pflixbourg 

This site was inhabited in ancient times, perhaps as early as the Bronze Age, then reoccupied in the 13th century, being mentioned for the first time in 1220. At an altitude of 425 metres, it was of great military importance because its troops...

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LABAROCHE

Castle of Hohnack 

This castle is located 940 m above sea level. It dominates both the valleys leading down to Munster and Kaysersberg. It was built in the late eleventh century by the Counts of Eguisheim on the site of a former post Roman watchtower. Today you can...

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RIBEAUVILLE

Castle "Girsberg" 

Not far from here, Girsberg Castle was built in the 13th century, to house a new branch of the Ribeaupierre family. The living quarters are still very visible.

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WETTOLSHEIM

Château du Hagueneck 

Near the Five Castles Route is the Hagueneck, a modest but charming little 13th century castle which nestles discreetly in a small forested valley above Wettolsheim. It was refurbished and enlarged in the 14th century. The castle, like the village...

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RIBEAUVILLE

Castle "Haut Ribeaupierre" (or "Altenkastel") 

Haut-Ribeaupierre was most certainly built during the troubled period of the Great Interregnum, towards the middle of the13th century: it served as an advance post for the French King’s plans for the invasion of Alsace, and then as a watchtower...



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