Neuschwanstein Castle - View from Marienbrücke

Neuschwanstein's Castle palace's roof

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Castle Neuschwanstein - view from Marienbrücke.

Neuschwanstein's Castle palace's roof.

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Neuschwanstein Castle

You can’t find more iconic “medieval” castle than Neuschwanstein, created in the late 19th century with the specific goal to emulate romanticized architecture of Renaissance castles. Learn more about this highly influential castle here.

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