Burgruine Landsee - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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Burgruine Landsee is a castle ruin in the Austrian state of Burgenland. Burgruine Landsee is 537 metres above sea level. The castle was used as a location for Disney's The Three Musketeers starring Kiefer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, Chris O'Donnell, and Oliver Platt. Today, families access the Castle’s keep called “Don Jon” via the large, preserved entrance gate, bridges and arcades. Its viewing platform offers children and their parents amazing 360-degree views of Central Burgenland.
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Kobersdorf Castle is a castle in the market town of Kobersdorf in the state of Burgenland in Austria. The castle was built around 1528 from a medieval castle , the origins of which probably go back to the time of Ludwig the German. It isnow one of the iconic attraction in this area and so many tourists visits this place every year.
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The Lackenbach Castle as former moated castle is southeast of the town of Lackenbach in Burgenland , Austria. The castle consists of a two-storey main building with an elongated, ground-level farm building and an administrator's floor. The arched main portal still has the roles of the former drawbridge. A statue of the Virgin Mary and a double coat of arms Esterházy-Dersffy are located above the main portal .
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The Bucklige Welt is a landscape primarily in the southeast of Lower Austria at the border triangle of Lower Austria, Burgenland and Styria and secondarily also including small adjoining parts of the two neighboring federal states. Due to its topography, this landscape is also known as the land of 1000 hills .
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The Liszthaus Raiding is the birthplace of Franz Liszt in Raiding in Burgenland, Austria. Liszt was born here in 1811. Today it is a museum. The stone building was built in the 16th century; it was part of an estate created by von Guniafalva, a noble, and extended in the mid-17th century by his son-in-law Johann Illesy. The estate was bought in 1805 by the Esterházy family.The building had a roof of wooden shingles, and had six rooms, a kitchen and a room for wine fermentation.
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This is a pilgrimage church in the municipality of Forchtenstein in Burgenland. It is located in the area of the Forchtensteiner cadastral community Neustift an der Rosalia on the Heuberg, the highest point of the Rosaliengebirge. special feature of the Rosalienkapelle is the baroque high altar , which dates from the construction period. It used to be a glazed shrine with the reclining Rosalia integrated into it, which is now isolated in the chapel.
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Forchtenstein Castle is a castle built in the late Middle Ages near the municipality of Forchtenstein in northern Burgenland, Austria. It is the only fortress in the region that was never captured during the Turkish Wars; thus the castle served as the treasury of the Esterházy princes, safeguarding all costly and precious possessions. This collection of family treasures can still be seen here today.
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Burgenland is the easternmost and least populous state of Austria. It consists of two statutory cities and seven rural districts. With 300 days of sunshine and a wide range of excursion destinations, Burgenland offers exciting experiences for the whole family. UNESCO World Heritage site Lake Neusiedl, castles, palaces, museums and impressive natural landscapes are just waiting to be discovered.