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"I lived in Germany 45 years ago, and I believe I saw this castle then. Did it ever house a small restaurant and artifact museum?" (posted 08/31/2014)

I'm on holiday in Poland. The coins castle stands empty. they can visit, but there is no restaurant. at the foot of the castle is a small hotel with catering. the Internet, there is a homepage. Thursday I'm back in Bad NauheITTim and can send more information.
Answer provided by Gisela Simon-Berger on 09/01/2014
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No there isn't a restaurant and a museum now. . No idea if there what one 45 years ago. Here in Bad Nauheim you can see many old buildings in historic style as theywere 45 years ago.
Answer provided by Cordula Pohl-Gerstberger on 09/01/2014
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    Münzenberg Castle

    Münzenberg is a ruined castle close to the town of the same name in Germany, dating from the 12th century. It is one of the best preserved castles from the High Middle Ages in Germany.

    A striking feature of Münzenberg castle is that it has two tall defensive towers, a structure known as a bergfried (Thompson 2008). Such a tower is a typical feature of castles in the region, but there is usually only one, forming the strongest point of the castle. The bergfrieds at Münzenberg are both round, the taller one being 29 meters high.

    The two bergfrieds stand at opposite ends of the inner ward (here called the Kernburg). The inner ward is completely surrounded by an outer ward with an outer curtain wall, providing defense in depth.

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Münzenberg Overview

Münzenberg is a town in the Wetteraukreis district in Hesse, Germany. It is located 13 km north of Friedberg (Friedberg vacation rentals | Friedberg travel guide), and 16 km southeast of Gießen.

Münzenberg is situated on the northern edge of the Wetterau. The districts Münzenberg and Trais (-Münzenberg) are left of the river weather, and the districts Gambach Hörger upper right of it. Münzenberg bordered in the north to the city Pohlheim (Pohlheim vacation rentals | Pohlheim travel guide), in the east to the cities Lich (Lich vacation rentals | Lich travel guide) and Hungen (Hungen vacation rentals | Hungen travel guide) (all three in the Landkreis Gießen), in the southeast of the town Wölfersheim (Wölfersheim vacation rentals | Wölfersheim travel guide), in the south of the town Rockenberg and in the west to the city of Butzbach (Butzbach vacation rentals | Butzbach travel guide) (all three in Wetteraukreis ).

Things to See in Münzenberg

The castle Münzenberg was built in the second half of the 12th Century as Ministerialenburg. It is one of the largest castles in Germany. Because of its form it is also known as Wetterauer inkpot.

Protestant parish church with a Altarciborium (aisle) and the late Gothic crucifix (with real hair) on the altar. The Catholic Church is in the former Hospital Church building.

Geological Garden Münzenberg

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More about the History of Münzenberg

In the second half of the 12th Century, the construction of the castle for Kuno I von Hagen-Arnsburg began. Presentation of the city's rights to Münzenberg in 1245. The city Münzenberg in its current form was created 1971 with the process of territorial reform coins from the city and the mountain communities Gambach, Upper Hörger and Trais.

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Münzenberg is a town in the Wetteraukreis district in Hesse, Germany. It is located 13 km north of Friedberg, and 16 km southeast of Gießen.

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