Uncle Krud's GeoFaex
Thursday, April 27, 2006
Florida, United States
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Neuenstein Castle was built during the Stauffer period as a moated castle named after the lords of Neuenstein. The House of Hohenlohe acquired the castle in 1250.
In 1560 the buildings were joined together as a Renaissance residence. After the palace was abandoned as a family residence in 1700, the building served various social purposes for many years, before a museum was installed, beginning in 1878.
The heart of the museum is the cabinet of art and rare objects with outstanding works of painting, goldsmith work and ivory carving. A special attraction is the fully functional late medieval palace kitchen in its original state from 1495. The Imperial Hall contains an extensive weapons collection.
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