Burg Stolberg

Posted: August 6, 2017 in Uncategorized

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The castle Stolberg rises on a steep limestone rock in the midst of the Stolberg Old Town in Stolberg (Rhineland) in the North Rhine-Westphalia city region of Aachen. It is the emblem, cradle and namesake of the city.
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In the 12th century, the castle of Stolberg was built by the Lords of Stalburg. The Dukes of Jülich pledged the dragged plant in the middle of the 15th century to the Lords of hives to be rebuilt as an open-mindedness. In the middle of the 16th century Jerome of Efferen had the castle expanded after destruction. As a result of marriage, Castle and Dominion came from the barons of Efferen to the imperial Barons Raitz of Frentz. In the 18th and 19th century the castle fell into ruins. Of the last aristocratic owners, the imperial counts of Kessel, the dilapidated plant 1863 came into bourgeois possession. The Stolberg manufacturer Moritz Kraus…

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