Ehrenburg, a castle near the river Moselle – Germany

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Burg Ehrenburg.

Most likely the church of Trier constructed Burg Ehrenburg. On 1 November 1688 the French took the castle and a year later they partly blew it up.

Today one can visit the castle. In summer time there are a lot of medieval games. We went during a less crowed season so we could visit it in peace. You are allowed to enter most of the castle and climb the double tower.



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