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Schloss Gondelsheim

Bike Touring Highlight

Recommended by 134 out of 146 cyclists


  • Scout Jens

    The castle was built on the site where since the Middle Ages stood a castle that had been destroyed in the Peasants 'War and the Thirty Years' War. It was owned by various houses, until it was bought in 1790 by the Baden Margrave Friedrich (1756-1817) and Ludwig Wilhelm August, later Grand Duke Ludwig I.

    In 2003, a donor-funded nymph fountain was erected in the grounds of the park, which is a replica of the original "Three Dancing Girls" by Walter Schott in 1903 and of which there are only four more copies worldwide.

    On May 21, 2010, the sale of the Gondelsheim Castle by Axel Graf Douglas to the Heidelberg businessman Arthur Weidenhammer and his wife Deniz Weidenhammer was notarized.

    Opposite an abandoned station building. At the S-Bahn station.

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  • Fabian

    To look only from the outside. The park is unfortunately closed for some time, a change not in sight, which is a pity. Park and English Garden further up degenerate more and more ....

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  • Alpvelo

    Interesting architecture. Unfortunately, something degenerate

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  • Franzreb

    Sorry, currently closed

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  • Guido ADFC 🚴 🚵

    Great wall decorations in the plaster

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  • kurpfalzradler

    Beautiful old castle complex, only so far always completed, so I could not look at the garden.

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  • Michael

    Nice to stay

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  • Oliver

    Is a real eye-catcher!

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  • kurpfalzradler

    The dancers on the fountain fascinated me the most.

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  • Elevation200 m