Schloss Drachenburg (Drachenburg Castle)
Königswinter, on the Rhine near Bonn, Germany.
Schloss Drachenburg is a private villa in palace style constructed in the late 19th century. It was completed in only two years (1882–84) on the Drachenfels hill. Baron Stephan von Sarter, a broker and banker, planned to live there, but never did. Today the Palace is now in the possession of the State Foundation of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Schloss Moritzburg (Castle Moritzburg),
Schloßallee, 01468 Moritzburg, Saxony, Germany.
Moritzburg Castle is a Baroque palace in Moritzburg, in the German state of Saxony, about 13 kilometres (8.1 MI) Northwest of Dresden. It is named after Duke Moritz of Saxony, who had a hunting lodge built here between 1542 and 1546.
Schloss Schönbühel (Schoenbuhel Castle),
The castle date from the early 12th century. It is sited below Melk on the right bank of the Danube,
Schloss Lichtenstein (Lichtenstein Castle),
near Honau, Swabian Alb, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
This is a Gothic Revival castle built in the 1840s, though there has been a castle on the site above the source of the river Echaz since around 1200. In 1802, the land came into the hands of King Frederick I of Württemberg, who dismantled the ruins of an earlier castle and built a hunting lodge here. In 1837, the land was bought Duke Wilhelm of Urach, Count of Württemberg, who, inspired by a novel called “Lichtenstein”, built the current castle in 1840–42. The castle is still owned by the Dukes of Urach, but is open to visitors. It contains a large collection of historic weapons and armour.