The Luccaburg was an early medieval Niederungsburg at Loccum in Lower Saxony. It is named after the family of Lucca. The period of origin and use of the castle is suspected in the 9th - 12th century. It was named for the nearby monastery Loccum, the most important Cistercian foundation in Lower Saxony.
The remains of the castle are centrally located in the monastery forest and are freely accessible.
January 5, 2017
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