Welcome | Parties & Banquets | Special Sites to See | Concerts | Real Estate | Forestry & Hunting

The Benedictine Abbey
The "Seegarten"
The Royal Stables
The "Wildenburg"

The Wildenburg was built around 1200 by Burkart and Rupert von Dürn. The ornaments on the sculpture strongly reminds you of the royal palace of Gelnhausen and Münzenberg in the Wetterau. Wolfram von Eschenbach wrote parts of his “Parzifal” here.

The Wildenburg was burnt to the ground during the Peasant War in 1525 and was never rebuilt.