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Aalborghus Castle, Aalborg

Aalborghus Castle, Aalborg

Aalborghus Castle at the Limfjord was built by King Christian III from 1539 to 1555. It is used by the State County of Northern Jutland.
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Kalo Castle remains

Kalo Castle remains

Kalo Castle was build around 1313 as one of four in Jutland by the danish King Erik Menved.

The castle was, among others, a state prison. The swedish King Gustav Vasa was imprisoned here 1518 to 1520 whe succeded to escape to Lübeck.

1660 it wasn't in use anymore and it was demolished. Bricks were transported to Copenhagen to build the new Charlottenborg Castle at ...
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Jutland peninsula miniature

Jutland peninsula miniature

This Put and Take fishing lake outside Grindsted has a miniature of the danish peninsula Jutland inside.
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Koldinghus Castle

Koldinghus Castle

Koldinghus is the last of the ancient royal castles on the peninsula of Jutland, Denmark. The castle is situated on the south central part of the peninsula in the town of Kolding. The castle was founded in the 11th century and was expanded over the course of centuries and has since then had many functions ranging from fortress, royal residency, ruin, museum and the location of numerous wartime ...
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Castle ruin Neideck

Castle ruin Neideck

The Castle Neideck was first mentioned in 1219
It was one of the biggest German castle complexes in that time.
On September the 14th in 1347, the lord of the castle, Konrad von Schluesselberg, was killed by an enemy and teh castle was destoyed
Today it is one of the most familiar emblems of the Frankonian Switzerland
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Kaunas Castle

Kaunas Castle

Kaunas Castle is considered the oldest castle in Lithuania. About a third of the castle survives today.

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Kaunas Castle is located in Kaunas, Lithuania. Archeological evidence suggests that it was originally built during the mid-14th century, in the Gothic style. Its site is strategic – a rise on the banks of the Nemunas River near its confluence with...
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Akershus Castle, Oslo

Akershus Castle, Oslo

Dating from 1299, this Medieval castle and Royal Residence developed into a fortress in 1592 after which it was rebuilt into a renaissance castle 1637-1648. Here you can see magnificent halls, the Castle church, the Royal Mausoleum and models of the castle. Government's Reception Rooms and Banqueting Halls.
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Castle Linn

Castle Linn

The castle Linn is a water castle in the Krefelder quarter Linn. First, there was only one tower in the 12. century. To in 14. Century the castle was continuously extended. In the year 1702 the castle was completely destroyed by Prussian troops.
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St. Olafs Castle, Savonlinna

St. Olafs Castle, Savonlinna

Olavinlinna (known as Olofsborg in Swedish, which is St. Olaf's Castle in English) is a 15th century castle located in Savonlinna, Finland. It is the world's most northern medieval stone castle. It was founded by Erik Axelsson Tott in 1475 under the name Sankt Olofsborg as an effort to protect Savonia and control the unstable border between the Kingdom of Sweden and its Russian adversary. The c...
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Sonderborg Castle, Als

Sonderborg Castle, Als

Sønderborg Castle is a Baroque four-wing palace and home of the Sønderborg Castle Museum. The castle is renowned for being the prison of the former King Christian II, who after his dethronement was held prisoner of state here for 17 years.
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La Madeleine Castle

La Madeleine Castle

The castle of the Madeleine, located on the heights of Chevreuse, offers a superb panorama on the valley of the Yvette. Splendid fortress, it was built between XIe and XIVe century. The House of the Park was built inside the enclosure of the Castle. In the cellars of the castle, an exposure "Life of castle" recalls the history of the fortress.
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Malmoe Castle

Malmoe Castle

Malmöhus Castle is the oldest remaining renaissance castle in Scandinavia and was originally built as a citadel in 1434 by Eric of Pomerania. The castle was completed in the sixteenth century. In the 16th and 17th centuries it served as a royal residence for the Danish kings.
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