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Rosenau Castle (Schloss Rosenau)

Rosenau Castle (Schloss Rosenau)
Rosenau Castle (Schloss Rosenau)

Queen Victoria of England noted of Rosenau Castle: If I were not who I am, I would have my real home here. The fact that it is even possible to present the castle to visitors in an authentic condition is due to the Queen. She had watercolor paintings made of most of the rooms at Rosenau, which were used for the restoration and which still hang in Windsor Castle today. Her Majesty often dwelled in Rosenau Castle with her husband Prince Albert, who was born at Rosenau.

Hours: April - Sept., Tue - Sun, 9am - 5pm. Oct. - March, Tue - Sun, 10am - 3pm. Closed Jan. 1st, Shrove Tuesday, December 24th, 25th, and 31st.

Admission: 4 € Adults, 3 € Concessions, Children under 18 free.

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Address: Rosenau 1, 96472 Rödental
Tags: Coberg, Castle, Queen Victoria, Prince Albert


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"there is a statue in the park of schloss rosenau depicting a young woman, with a scarf over her head. i am trying to find out more about this statue" (posted 08/01/2015)

I'm sorry, I know nothing about this statue. You could possibly put on the corresponding website with the park administration in conjunction. This I can not do it for you for time reasons.
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