Château du Haut-Königsbourg
The Château du Haut-Königsbourg (German: Hohkönigsburg) is located at Orschwiller, Alsace, France, in the Vosges mountains just west of Sélestat.
The castle is nestled at a strategic location on a high hill (757 m) overlooking the Alsatian plain. It was used by successive powers from the middle ages until the Thirty Years War when it was abandoned. In 1900 it was restored under the direction of Emperor Wilhelm II.
The twenty closest neighbours in the database:
Strasbourg (France) (48 km), Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany) (48 km), Basel (Switzerland) (78 km), St. Blasien (Germany) (80 km), Augusta Raurica (84 km), Liestal Fasnacht 2014 (92 km), Rhine Falls (114 km), Karlsruhe (Germany) (115 km), Zurich (Switzerland) (133 km), Sigmaringen (Germany) (140 km), Maginot Fort Hackenberg (141 km), Technik-Museum Speyer (143 km), Neuchâtel (Switzerland) (143 km), Speyer (Germany) (144 km), Berne (Switzerland) (145 km), Bad Dürkheim (Germany) (147 km), Zug (Switzerland) (149 km), Lucerne (Switzerland) (151 km), Mainau Island (Germany) (151 km), Lake-dwelling Museum of Unteruhldingen (153 km)