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"... In 1060, Count Bernhard II von Werl built the Rüdenburg and from then on called himself Count von Arnsberg. The" Old Castle ", as we call it today, has no great future. Because Graf built 40 years later Frederick the Arguable a second castle on the opposite Adlerberg. Although the "Old Castle" is initially still inhabited by a branch of the count family, the noble lords of Rüdenberg, it cannot be maintained in the long term , the layout of the castle in the ruins can still be seen today ... "
May 29, 2020
According to legend, the devil is said to have built a “leather bridge” from this castle to Arnsberg Castle to help the lord of the castle and his crew to escape during a siege and to thank them for their hospitality. A legend of the Lederne Brücke also developed in other castles that are close together.
August 9, 2021
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