Erkinger I. von Seinsheim and Peter Rosenberg

On this day, August 10, 2018, I claim all castles and lands that the Rosenberg, Seinsheim, and Schwarzenberg family acquired as rulers of Bohemia and Czechoslovakia . Erkinger Seinsheim is my 14th. great grandfather, and, Peter von Rosenberg, my 15th. This is approximate, and needs more study.

I was destined to save the land of my ancestors from Putin, the Ult-right, and Donald Trump who declared NATO an enemy of the United States. NATO was founded in order to save Czechoslovakia from the Soviet Union. There will be many posts on this Quest, that is a Dynastic as well as Political and National device to save NATO and all of Europe. Scroll down to see the property I might soon own.

God has blessed my endeavor and fills the sky with falling stars, as did fill the heavens when I was born on October 8, 1946

John Presco

Copyright 2018

President: Royal Rosamond Press

“The 1933[3][1] and 1946[1] Draconids had Zenithal Hourly Rates of thousands of meteors visible per hour, among the most impressive meteor storms of the 20th century.”

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Vok_of_Rosenberg

Peter Vok was born in Český Krumlov, the son of Jošt III of Rosenberg, then head of the house of Rožmberk, and his wife Anna of Rogendorf. Fourteen days after Peter’s birth, his father died. Peter came under the guardianship of first his uncle Petr V of Rožmberk and later Albrecht of Gutnštejn, Oldřich Holický of Šternberk and Jeroným Šlik.

He received his early education at home in the castle at Český Krumlov. Even as he reached adulthood, Peter lived in the shadow of his older brother William. While William was a life-long Catholic, Peter sympathised with Utraquism and eventually joined the Unity of the Brethren. William died in 1592, and Peter inherited the Rosenberg holdings.

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http://www.encyklopedie.ckrumlov.cz/docs/en/mesto_histor_porpvr.xml

From his childhood, Peter Wok grew up in the shadow of his older brother Wilhelm von Rosenberg who was being prepared for the position of Rosenberg. This was a reason why Peter Wok never achieved a more influential position or more success in politics and lived in seclusion at the Bechyně castle. He took over the care of the Rosenberg after Wilhelm´s death in 1592. Because he did not have any children with his wife Kateřina of Ludanice, he was forced to sell the Český Krumlov castle to Emperor Rudolf II von Habsburg in 1601, also because his family was in deep debt. Peter Wok used to be described in the older literature only as a spoiled profligate, but this is quite untrue. The “last Rosenberg” died in 1611 in his residence in Třeboň. See also the last Rosenberg, Peter Wok von Rosenberg.

http://www.encyklopedie.ckrumlov.cz/docs/en/osobno_pevoro.xml

http://www.ckrumlov.info/docs/en/mesto_histor_revevr.xml

https://www.geni.com/people/Wilhelm-von-Rosenberg-Burggraf-von-Böhmen/6000000015163518786

Alchemy in Český Krumlov

Temporal display of workshop, where precious metals were processed and their quality tested, reproduction of woodcut from 1574 The second half of the 16th century is usually called “the golden age of alchemy”. Beside Emperor Rudolf II. von Habsburg, it was Wilhelm von Rosenberg who became the most important Maecenas of the hermetic sciences, especially of alchemy. Around the House of Rosenberg, in fact, arose a second center of hermetic and alchemic activity. Not only renowned and lesser known enthusiastic seekers, but also skilled con artists worked their magic in the Prague Rosenberg Palace as well as in different seats of Wilhelm’s South Bohemian dominion – in Třeboň, Prachatice, and especially in Český Krumlov, which used to be called “the South Bohemian Mecca of alchemists”.

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Erkinger I. von Seinsheim, Freiherr von Schwarzenberg[1] (zunächst nur Erkinger VI. von Seinsheim ; * 1362 ; † 11. Dezember1437 in der Kartause Astheim ) war Oberjägermeister des Hochstifts Würzburg und Stifter .Erkinger I. von Seinsheim, Baron Schwarzenberg [1] (initially only Erkinger VI of Seinsheim , * 1362 , † December 11, 1437 in the Charterhouse Astheim ) was chief hunter master of the Hochstift Würzburg and donors . Ab 1416 trug er den Titel eines Kaiserlichen Rates . From 1416 he bore the title of Imperial Council . Er wurde 1429 in den Frei- und Bannerherrenstand erhoben. He was raised in 1429 in the free and banner lords. Erkinger gilt als Stammvater der späteren Fürsten zu Schwarzenberg . Erkinger is considered the progenitor of the later Prince of Schwarzenberg .

Leben[Bearbeiten|Life Quelltext bearbeiten]Edit ]

Erkinger von Seinsheim wurde im Jahr 1362 als erster und einziger Sohn von Michael I. von Seinsheim geboren. Erkinger von Seinsheim was born in 1362 as the first and only son of Michael I. von Seinsheim. Seine Mutter war Margarethe von Rosenberg , mit der sich der Vater nach dem Tod der ersten Frau vermählt hatte. His mother was Margarethe von Rosenberg , with whom the father had married after the death of the first wife. [2] Michael von Seinsheim war Burghauptmann der Festung Marienberg und als solcher dem Würzburger Fürstbischof unterstellt. Michael von Seinsheim was captain of the fortress Marienberg and as such subordinated to the Würzburg Prince Bishop. Erkinger wuchs auf der Burg Stephansberg nahe Haidt auf. Erkinger grew up on the Stephansberg Castle near Haidt .

Nach dem Tod des Vaters am 30. Juli 1399 übernahm Erkinger die Besitzungen. After the death of the father on July 30, 1399 Erkinger took over the possessions. Die Familie war wohlhabend und der junge Adelige konnte durch Zukauf die Familiengüter vermehren. The family was well-to-do and the young nobleman was able to multiply the family goods by buying them. Noch im Jahr 1399 kaufte er das Dorf Astheim , 1406 wurde er Oberjägermeister des Hochstifts Würzburg . Still in the year 1399 he bought the village Astheim , 1406 he became Oberjägermeister of the high pin Würzburg . Am 2. Juni 1409 übergab der Herr von Seinsheim das Dorf Astheim an den Kartäuserorden, der hier ein Kloster gegründet hatte. On June 2, 1409, the Lord of Seinsheim handed over the village of Astheim to the Carthusian Order, who had founded a monastery there. Die Kartause Pons Mariae (lat. Marienbrück) wurde Grablege für die Familie. The Charterhouse Pons Mariae (Latin Marienbrück) was burial place for the family.

Eine Inschrift in der Astheimer Klosterkirche bestätigt die Stiftung durch Erkinger An inscription in the Astheimer Klosterkirche confirms the foundation by Erkinger

Die Nähe zu König Sigismund von Luxemburg führte im Jahr 1416 zur Ernennung zum Kaiserlichen Rat. The proximity to King Sigismund of Luxembourg led in 1416 to the appointment to the Imperial Council. Ein Jahr zuvor, 1415, wurde auf kaiserlichen Befehl das Dorf Scheinfeld zur Stadt erhoben. A year earlier, in 1415, the village Scheinfeld was raised to imperial power to the city. Es muss sich zu diesem Zeitpunkt bereits in der Hand des Erkinger befunden haben. It must already have been in the hands of the Erkinger at this time. Der Adelige hatte Schloss Schwarzenberg nahe Scheinfeld von den Herren von Vestenberg, von Abenberg und dem verschuldeten Hochstift Würzburg erworben. The nobleman had acquired Schwarzenberg Castle near Scheinfeld from the Lords of Vestenberg, Abenberg and the indebted Hochstift Würzburg.

Erkinger verlegte den Familiensitz auf die mächtige Steigerwaldfestung und nannte sich fortan auch „Herr zu Schwarzenberg“. Erkinger moved the family seat to the mighty Steigerwald Fortress and from then on called himself “Herr zu Schwarzenberg”. Gleichzeitig begann der Adelige den Herrschaften der Umgebung Darlehen zu gewähren. At the same time, the nobleman began granting loans to the local people. So liehen sich das Hochstift Würzburg und der Burggraf von Nürnberg Geld beim Herren von Schwarzenberg. Thus, the Hochstift Würzburg and the Burggraf of Nuremberg borrowed money from the Lord of Schwarzenberg. Im Jahr 1417 reiste Erkinger dann an der Seite des Königs zum Konzil von Konstanz und traf hier erstmals auf die Anhänger der hussitischen Lehre. In 1417 Erkinger then traveled to the side of the king to the Council of Constance and met here for the first time on the followers of the Hussite doctrine. [3][3]

In den Jahren 1420 und 1429 wurde Erkinger Feldhauptmann des Königs und zog gegen die Hussiten ins Feld. In the years 1420 and 1429 Erkinger became captain of the king and moved against the Hussites in the field. Die Krönung seiner Karriere erreichte Erkinger im Jahr 1429. Er wurde vom König zum Frei- und Bannerherren ernannt und damit Teil des Herrenstandes. The coronation of his career reached Erkinger in 1429. He was appointed by the king to the Free and Bannerherren and thus part of the manor. [4] Zugleich war Erkinger allerdings immer noch Ministeriale des Würzburger Fürstbischofs Johann II. von Brunn . At the same time Erkinger was still ministerial of the Würzburg Prince-Bishop John II of Brunn . Von diesem kaufte er sich im Jahr 1432 ein Gut auf dem Marienberg oberhalb Würzburgs. From this he bought in 1432 a good on the Marienberg above Würzburg.

1432 hatte Erkinger auch das Schloss und Amt Hohenlandsberg erworben und war somit Amtmann geworden. In 1432 Erkinger had also acquired the castle and office Hohenlandsberg and thus became a bailiff . Die Söhne des Stammvaters nannten sich noch Herren von Seinsheim, Freiherren von Schwarzenberg, während die Enkel bereits die Bezeichnung „Seinsheim“ ablegten und nur noch den Titel „Schwarzenberg“ trugen. The sons of the ancestor were still called lords of Seinsheim, barons of Schwarzenberg, while the grandchildren were already the name “Seinsheim” and only wore the title “Schwarzenberg” wore. Erkinger I. von Seinsheim, Freiherr von Schwarzenberg starb am 11. Dezember 1437 und wurde in seiner Stiftung Astheim begraben. Erkinger I von Seinsheim, Baron Schwarzenberg died on December 11, 1437 and was buried in his foundation Astheim. [5][5]

Ehen und Nachkommen[Bearbeiten|Marriages and descendants Quelltext bearbeiten]Edit ]

Erkinger heiratete zweimal. Erkinger married twice. Zunächst ehelichte er Anna von Bibra , die allerdings bereits am 4. März 1418 starb. First, he married Anna von Bibra , which, however, already died on March 4, 1418. Sie wurde als erste in der Kartause bestattet. She was buried first in the Charterhouse. Mit ihr hatte er sechs Kinder, darunter den Nachfolger Michael II. With her he had six children, including the successor Michael II.

  • Michael († 19. März 1469; = in Kloster Astheim) Michael († March 19, 1469, = in Kloster Astheim)
  • Matern († 1411) Matern († 1411)
  • Heinrich († 1423) Henry († 1423)
  • Hermann († 15. September 1448) Hermann († September 15, 1448)
  • Margareta († 11. April 1468) Margareta († April 11, 1468)
  • Agnes Agnes

Nach dem Tod seiner Frau heiratete Erkinger erneut, diesmal Barbara von Abensberg . After the death of his wife Erkinger married again, this time Barbara von Abensberg . Mit ihr zeugte er wiederum acht Kinder. With her he begat eight children again. Sie verstarb am 2. November 1448 und wurde neben ihrem Mann in Astheim beigesetzt. She died on 2 November 1448 and was buried next to her husband in Astheim.

  • Erkinger († 26. September 1503 in Astheim), um 1473 Domherr zu Eichstätt [6] Erkinger († September 26, 1503 in Astheim) to 1473 canon to Eichstätt
  • Friedrich Friedrich
  • Ulrich († 1456) Ulrich († 1456)
  • Jobst Jobst
  • Johann (* um 1428; verm. 16. Mai 1460 nahe Giengen an der Brenz ) Johann (* around 1428, probably 16 May 1460 near Giengen an der Brenz )
  • Sigmund (* 1430; † 3. Juli 1502) Sigmund (* 1430, † July 3, 1502)
  • Kunigunde († 2. September 1469 in Eger ) Kunigunde († September 2, 1469 in Eger )
  • Magdalene († nach 14. November 1485) [7] Magdalene († after 14 November 1485)

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Literatur[Bearbeiten|Literature [ edit | Quelltext bearbeiten]Edit ]

  • Herbert Meyer: Ahnherr und Klostergründer . Herbert Meyer: ancestor and monastery founder . In: Ute Feuerbach (Hg.): Unsere Mainschleife. In: Ute Feuerbach (ed.): Our Mainschleife. 1993–2007 .1993-2007 . Volkach 2008. S. 73–76. Volkach 2008. p. 73-76.
  • Herbert Meyer: Erkinger von Seinsheim und die Kartause Astheim . Herbert Meyer: Erkinger of Seinsheim and the Charterhouse Astheim . In: Ute Feuerbach (Hg.): Volkach. In: Ute Feuerbach (ed.): Volkach. 906–2006 .906-2006 . Volkach 2006. S. 146–148. Volkach 2006. p. 146-148.

The Schwarzenberg land holdings in Bohemia included the Duchy of Krumlov, the town of Prachatice and Orlík Castle. The family also acquired the property of the House of Rosenberg (Czech: Rožmberkové). On their lands, the Schwarzenbergs created ponds, planted forests and introduced new technologies in agriculture.[1]

Upon the establishment of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia in 1939, the possessions of Prince Adolph of Schwarzenberg were seized by the Nazi authorities. He managed to flee, but his cousin Heinrich, Duke of Krumlov, was arrested and deported. After World War II, the Czechoslovakian government stated, by law No. 143/1947 from August 13, 1947 (Lex Schwarzenberg), that the assets of the Schwarzenberg-Hluboká primogeniture passed to the Land of Bohemia.[1]

The Schwarzenberg family holding included the following residences in Bohemia:

Name Image Location Map Comments
Krumlov Castle
Krumau Castle
Český Krumlov Castle CZ Český Krumlov COA.svg
Český Krumlov, South Bohemia

Location of Český Krumlov Castle

Location of Český Krumlov Castle
Český Krumlov
Český Krumlov (Czech Republic)
Held from 1719 until the expropriation in 1947

UNESCO World Heritage Site

One of the largest castles in the world

Hluboká Castle
Frauenberg Castle
Hluboká nad Vltavou, zámek.jpg Hluboká nad Vltavou znak.png
Hluboká nad Vltavou, South Bohemia

Location of Hluboká Castle

Location of Hluboká Castle
Hluboká nad Vltavou
Hluboká nad Vltavou (Czech Republic)
Acquired by Johann Adolf I of Schwarzenberg in 1661

Held until the expropriation in 1947

One of the finest examples of Neo-Tudor architecture in Historicism

Vimperk Castle
Winterberg Castle
Zámek Vimperk 02.JPG Vimperk znak.png
Vimperk, South Bohemia

Location of Vimperk Castle

Location of Vimperk Castle
Vimperk
Vimperk (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1698

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Třeboň Castle
Wittingau Castle
Zámek Třeboň, Třeboň 111.JPG Znak mesta trebon II.svg
Třeboň, South Bohemia

Location of Třeboň Castle

Location of Třeboň Castle
Třeboň
Třeboň (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1698

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Protivín Castle Protivínský zámek.jpg Znak Mesta Protivin.jpg
Protivín, South Bohemia

Location of Protivín Castle

Location of Protivín Castle
Protivín
Protivín (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1711

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Kratochvíle Castle
Kurzweil Castle
9.7.16 Kratochvile Namesticko 12 (27595210194).jpg Netolice, South Bohemia

Location of Kratochvíle Castle

Location of Kratochvíle Castle
Kratochvíle
Kratochvíle (Czech Republic)
Inherited in 1719 from the Princes of Eggenberg

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Červený Dvůr Castle
Rothenhof Castle
Schloss-Rothenhof-03.jpg Chvalšiny CZ CoA.gif
Chvalšiny, South Bohemia

Location of Chvalšiny

Location of Chvalšiny
Chvalšiny
Chvalšiny (Czech Republic)
Inherited in 1719 from the Princes of Eggenberg

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Borovany Castle
Forbes Castle
Borovany zámek 1.jpg Borovany.jpg
Borovany, South Bohemia

Location of Borovany

Location of Borovany
Borovany
Borovany (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1789 in exchange for the Dominion of Vlčice (German: Wildschütz)

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Dříteň Castle
Zirnau Castle
Dříteň, zámek 01 crop.jpg Driten CZ CoA.png
Dříteň, South Bohemia

Location of Dříteň Castle

Location of Dříteň Castle
Dříteň
Dříteň (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1698

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Drslavice Fortress
Drislawitz Fortress
Tvrz Drslavice.JPG Drslavice, South Bohemia

Location of Drslavice Fortress

Location of Drslavice Fortress
Drslavice
Drslavice (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1698

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Kestřany Castle
Kesterschan Castle
Kestřany, zámek (5).jpg Kestrany CZ CoA.jpg
Kestřany, South Bohemia

Location of Kestřany Castle

Location of Kestřany Castle
Kestřany
Kestřany (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1700

Held until the First Land Reform in 1924

Old Libějovice Castle Libějovice (okres Strakonice) (04).jpg Libějovice CoA.jpg
Libějovice, South Bohemia

Location of Old Libějovice Castle

Location of Old Libějovice Castle
Libějovice
Libějovice (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1801

Held until the expropriation in 1947

New Libějovice Castle Libějovice (okres Strakonice) (25).jpg Libějovice CoA.jpg
Libějovice, South Bohemia

Location of New Libějovice Castle

Location of New Libějovice Castle
Libějovice
Libějovice (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1801

Rebuilt between 1816 – 1817

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Ohrada Castle
Wohrad Castle
Lovecký zámek Ohrada - průčelí.jpg Hluboká nad Vltavou znak.png
Hluboká nad Vltavou, South Bohemia

Location of Ohrada Castle

Location of Ohrada Castle
Hluboká nad Vltavou
Hluboká nad Vltavou (Czech Republic)
Built between 1708 – 1713

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Postoloprty
Postelberg Castle
Postoloprty zamek.JPG Postoloprty CZ CoA.jpg
Postoloprty, North Bohemia

Location of Postoloprty Castle

Location of Postoloprty Castle
Postoloprty
Postoloprty (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1692

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Orlík Castle
Worlik Castle
Orlík 7.jpg Orlík nad Vltavou znak.png
Orlík nad Vltavou, South Bohemia

Location of Orlík Castle

Location of Orlík Castle
Orlík nad Vltavou
Orlík nad Vltavou (Czech Republic)
Main residence of the Schwarzenberg Secundogeniture

Restored in 1992

Held to present

Publicly accessible

Čimelice Castle Čimelice. Zámek. (26).jpg Cimelice erb.png
Čimelice, South Bohemia

Location of Čimelice

Location of Čimelice
Čimelice
Čimelice (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1840 through the marriage of Karl II Schwarzenberg with Josefina Marie Wratislaw of Mitrovic

Spring and summer residence of the Schwarzenberg Secundogeniture

Restored in 1992

Held to present

Karlov Castle Zámek Karlov (SMETANOVA LHOTA).jpg Smetanova Lhota CoA.jpg
Karlov (Smetanova Lhota), South Bohemia

Location of Karlov Castle

Location of Karlov Castle
Karlov
Karlov (Czech Republic)
Restored in 1992

Held to present

Varvažov Castle
Warwaschau Castle
Zámek Varvažov (3).jpg Varvažov, South Bohemia

Location of Varvažov Castle

Location of Varvažov Castle
Varvažov
Varvažov (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1847 from the Sovereign Military Order of Malta

Restored in 1992

Held to present

Hunting lodge Tyrolský dům
Tiroler Haus
Tyrolský dům - Rukávečská též Květovská obora (okres Písek) (9).JPG Květov, South Bohemia

Location of Tyrolský dům

Location of Tyrolský dům
Květov
Květov (Czech Republic)
Restored in 1992

Held to present

Tochovice Castle Tochovice castle.JPG Tochovice CoA.jpg
Tochovice, South Bohemia

Location of Tochovice Castle

Location of Tochovice Castle
Tochovice
Tochovice (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1840 through the marriage of Karl II Schwarzenberg with Josefina Marie Wratislaw of Mitrovic

Restored in 1992

Seat of Ernst Schwarzenberg’s descendants

Held to present

Zalužany Castle Zalužany castle.JPG Zalužany, South Bohemia

Location of Zalužany Castle

Location of Zalužany Castle
Zalužany
Zalužany (Czech Republic)
Held until the First Land Reform in 1924
Osov Castle Osov8.jpg Osov.svg
Osov, South Bohemia

Location of Osov Castle

Location of Osov Castle
Osov
Osov (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1840. Held until the land reform in 1927.
Zvíkov Castle
Zwingenberg Castle
Zvíkov 4.jpg Znak zvikovske podhradi.png
Zvíkovské Podhradí, South Bohemia

Location of Zvíkov Castle

Location of Zvíkov Castle
Zvíkov
Zvíkov (Czech Republic)
Publicly accessible
Palais Schwarzenberg
Schwarzenberský palác
Schwarzenberský.JPG Prague CoA CZ.svg
Prague

Location of Palais Schwarzenberg

Location of Palais Schwarzenberg
Prague
Prague (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1719

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Publicly accessible

Palais Salm
Salmovský palác
Small Palais Schwarzenberg
Salmovský palác zepředu.jpg Prague CoA CZ.svg
Prague

Location of Palais Salm

Location of Palais Salm
Prague
Prague (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1811

Held until the expropriation in 1947

Palais Deym
Deymův palác
Deymův palác z Voršilské.JPG Prague CoA CZ.svg
Prague

Location of Palais Deym

Location of Palais Deym
Prague
Prague (Czech Republic)
Acquired in 1845

Prague seat of the Schwarzenberg Secundogeniture

Held to present

Coat of arms of Austria.svg Austria[edit]

The Schwarzenberg family holdings included the following residences in Austria:

Name Image Location Map Comments
Palais Schwarzenberg Palais Schwarzenberg.jpg Wien 3 Wappen.svg
Schwarzenbergplatz, Landstraße, Vienna

Location of Palais Schwarzenberg (Schwarzenbergplatz)

Location of Palais Schwarzenberg (Schwarzenbergplatz)
Vienna
Vienna (Austria)
Acquired in 1716

In the James Bond movie The Living Daylights it served as a film set

Held to present

Palais Schwarzenberg Rudolf Ritter von Alt 009.jpg Wien 3 Wappen.svg
Neuer Markt, Innere Stadt, Vienna

Location of Palais Schwarzenberg (Neuer Markt)

Location of Palais Schwarzenberg (Neuer Markt)
Vienna
Vienna (Austria)
Acquired in 1688

1894 demolished

Neuwaldegg Castle
Villa Schwarzenberg
Schloss Neuwaldegg 7.JPG Wien 3 Wappen.svg
Hernals, Vienna

Location of Neuwaldegg Castle

Location of Neuwaldegg Castle
Vienna
Vienna (Austria)
Acquired in 1801

Sold in 1951

Palais Schwarzenberg Bürgergasse L1260376a.jpg AUT Graz COA.svg
Graz, Styria

Location of Palais Schwarzenberg (Neuer Markt)

Location of Palais Schwarzenberg (Neuer Markt)
Graz
Graz (Austria)
Acquired in 1775

Sold in 1853/54

Murau Castle
Obermurau Castle
Murau Styria.jpg AUT Murau COA.jpg
Murau, Styria

Location of Murau Castle

Location of Murau Castle
Murau
Murau (Austria)
Publicly accessible on appointment

Held to present

Grünfels Castle
Old Castle
Gruenfels murau 2006.jpg AUT Murau COA.jpg
Murau, Styria

Location of Grünfels Castle

Location of Grünfels Castle
Murau
Murau (Austria)
Held to present
Wintergrün Castle AT-24389 Ramingstein Schloss Wintergrün 01.jpg Wappen at ramingstein.png
Ramingstein, Salzburg

Location of Wintergrün Castle

Location of Wintergrün Castle
Ramingstein

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