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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Check out the album about s’-Hertogenbosch a old city in the south of the Netherlands
s’-Hertogenbosch started as a trading post. In the year 1184 it received city rights from Gotfried III of Leuven, making this city one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands. People who live in s‘-Hertogenbosch like to celebrate carnival. People save up money the whole year to spend it in 3 days. During these 3 days the city is called Oeteldonk.