The Hohenburg (French Château du Hohenbourg) is the ruin of a rock castle in northern Alsace (France) near the border with Germany. It rises at 551 m altitude on the Schlossberg.
From Schönau a hike to the five castles is signposted. Here you cross the green border between Germany and France
December 10, 2016
Located in the immediate vicinity of the Wegelnburg and the ruins of Löwenstein, it is worth taking a look at the still recognizable details of the masonry on the Hohenbourg. Many of the ornaments that were installed in the 16th century in the style of the Ranaissance can still be seen.
April 14, 2017
Above the castle ruins Fleckenstein on the 550m high Schlossberg. Built at the beginning of the 13th century by the Puller family, later changing owners. Destroyed in 1680. Worth seeing: castle remains and sculpture fragments from the 13th and 16th centuries. (Source: Tourisme Alsace)
May 15, 2019
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