Schloss Eisenbach Castle

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  • Lauterbach

Schloss Eisenbach castle is enthroned on a basalt rock in the Vogelsberg

The castle, a fief of the Eisenbach family, was first mentioned in a document in 1217. It is about 3 km south of Lauterbach in the direction of Herbstein, close to the B275. Destroyed by Abbot Leipolz von Fulda in 1269, it was rebuilt within 10 years by the feudal knights Eisenbach. After the Eisenbach family died out, the Riedesel Freiherrn zu Eisenbach received the fief in 1429. They have looked after and looked after this property for over 500 years to this day.
Only outside viewing possible, group tours on request. The core castle itself cannot be visited!

Eisenbach 5

36341 Lauterbach

Deutschland


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Group tours on request.

 

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Only outside viewing possible, group tours on request. The core castle itself cannot be visited!


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