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The place is, with no doubts, a special insider tip for tourists in the region. Authentic, restored with care in the last years (we saw it for the first time ca 8 years ago - huge difference), the castle offers unique combination of history, architecture,...More
It was a rainy day as Germany experienced storm Xavier. I decided to drive from Dresden to visit this fortress where the mistress of August the Strong was incarcerated until her death. What I didn’t know was that this fortress was built on and from...More
Stoplen is a historical town in Saxony. Most of the buildings in the town are from the Gothic era. But Stolpen is best known for its 800-year-old castle Burg Stolpen built on a basalt hill Schlossberg. (Basalt columns are visible almost everywhere.)
It has an...More
Interesting place and must see for everyone interested in August the Strong. There is a very nice exhibition on Countess Cosel, her life and imprisoment in the castle. The text is in German, English and Czech. At beginning you see the model of the castle...More
Visiting Dresden a trip to Stolpen Castle is highly recommended. Coming from Dresden by car you use the B 6 direction Bautzen leaving at the Fischbacher Kreuz Roundabout, following the signs for Stolpen. On a clear day you can see the castle from far high...More