with its high walls towering over the houses below, the imposing feudal castle stands on a rocky spur above the town of Clervaux in the Ardennes region of Luxembourg.
Located near the village of Bourscheid in north-eastern Luxembourg, the medieval castle stands majestically on a rock plateau high above the River Sauer (French Sûre), dominating the craggy Sauer V
Bourglinster Castle stands atop a hill above the rooftops of the little village bearing its name. Evidence suggests the castle may have been built as long ago as the 11th or 12th century.
This medieval hilltop castle is located near the municipality of Mürlenbach in the Volcanic Eifel district of Rhineland-Palatinate.