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  • Waldenburg, Baden-Württemberg
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    Waldenburg, Baden-Württemberg

    Waldenburg is a hilltop town in south central Germany, eastwards of Heilbronn in the Hohenlohe (district) of Baden-Württemberg. The town is the site of Waldenburg Castle and some hilltop churches. Records first mention Waldenburg in the year 1253, but the town was destroyed in April 1945, at the end of World War II, and it has been rebuilt since.

    Waldenburg includes the village of Waldenburg proper and the 2 sections Obersteinbach (173 people, as of 31 March 2006) and Sailach (222 people).

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Waldenburg Overview

Waldenburg is a town in the district Zwickau (Zwickau vacation rentals | Zwickau travel guide) in Saxony, Germany.

The town of Waldenburg consists of the subdivisions Dürrenuhlsdorf, Franken, Niederwinkel, Oberwinkel, Schlagwitz, and Schwaben.

Things to See in Waldenburg

The town is famous for pottery and for the "Grünfelder Park", an English-style park

Naturalienkabinett (museum of natural produce)

Heimatmuseum (museum of local history)

The castle of Schönburg-Naumburg

Pfarrkirche St. Bartholomäus

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More about the History of Waldenburg

The castle was built in the late 12th century because of an edict from Kaiser Friedrich I. Centuries later the now-famous Grünfelder Park was constructed. The castle, over the years, as been rebuilt due to damage from wars and the usual erosion over time.

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Waldenburg is a town in the district Zwickau in Saxony, Germany.

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