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The castle Neuenberg, also called Neuchâtel, is the medieval ruin of a mountain castle at 250 m above sea level. NN near the village Scheel, municipality Lindlar, Oberbergisches Land, North Rhine-Westphalia.history EditThe building-historical findings of the castle indicate a 12th century origin. The first written mention was made in 1433. Burg Neuenberg belonged to the domain goods of the sovereign and was thus in the possession of the Counts of Berg.In 1273, the Counts of Berg pawned the bailiwick of Gummersbach, which also included Gimborn Castle, to the Counts of the Mark. The river Leppe became the border between Berg and Mark and Burg Neuenberg the border festival. Burg Neuenberg was a landlordly property of the Counts of Berg.￼Castle Neuenberg￼County Mark, detail (Sanson 1692). The map shows the location of Neuenberg Castle in the border area between Berg and MarkIn the Thirty Years' War, she was the seat of the Office Steinbach 1640 by the Swedes e
March 12, 2017
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