Landstuhl Travel Tip:
Franz von Sickengen statue at the Sickengen Museum, Landstuhl
In the 15th Century, the von Sickingen noble family assumed responsibility for Landstuhl and the surrounding area. The most famous member of this family was Franz von Sickingen. Franz von Sickingen built his castle in Landstuhl – Burg Nanstein - into a dominating fortress. From this base he moved to expand his domains by conquering other parts of southwestern Germany. The museum is devoted to Franz von Sickingen as a person, his political and intellectual development and the historic background.
Contact the Landstuhl Tourist Office for opening times. http://www.landstuhl.de
Address: Kaiserstr. 49, 66849 Landstuhl
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