The Jagdschloss Platte is located in the Rhein-Taunus Nature Park on the northern border of the urban area of Wiesbaden; directly to the north runs the city boundary of Taunusstein. It is located on the Taunus ridge on the wooded plateau (498 m above sea level), a plateau southwest of the summit of the mountain Cairn (520.6 m above sea level). The federal highway 417 leads directly north past the castle. From here you have direct access to the Rheinhoehnweg, hiking trails to Wiesbaden, Taunusstein, Schlangenbad and a great view of Mainz and Wiesbaden.
April 6, 2016
The Jagdschloss Platte is an originally classicist, former hunting lodge in the Hessian low mountain range Taunus near Wiesbaden, which the Nassau Duke Wilhelm I had built in 1823–1826.During the Second World War it was destroyed on February 3, 1945 during an air raid down to the outer walls. Since the end of the 1980s, it has been partially used again by a foundation. In 2003 the ruin was given a protective glass roof.Today the hunting lodge is managed by the Wiesbaden Congress & Marketing GmbH and is an event location for up to 600 guests.
June 7, 2020
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