Pfalzgrafenstein Castle, also known as the Palatinate near Kaub, was built by Ludwig the Bavarian, the Count Palatine near the Rhine and later Roman-German King and Emperor, in the Rhine near Kaub as a toll castle. It was her job to monitor the collection of the ship's duty in the opposite right-Rhenish pay office in Kaub. Because of this purpose, the Inselburg - unlike other castles on the Middle Rhine - never served for residential purposes. The building emerged over the years from a tower built by Ludwig the Bavarian between 1326 and 1327.de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burg_Pfalzgrafenstein
October 24, 2020
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