Locations

at the end of the 13th century, a fortification was built on three rocks on the western limits of Waldeck, by orders of the Duke of Lorraine, Ferry III.

The castle ruin of the Hohenburg, also called castle Homburg or fortress Hohenburg, is located in Homburg in the Saarpfalz-Kreis in the Saarland.

Grimburg Castle was built around 1190 for the Archbishops of Trier and served as principal administrative centre for nearly 40 communities in the Hochwald region.

Bordered by a forest, the remains of a medieval castle, dating back to around 1335, stand in a solitary position atop the ridge of a hill.

originally, another gate, the Porte de Bourgogne, stood directly across the Porte de France. But today, the Porte de France is the only remaining testimony of Longwys past.

historic remains of a house located just outside of Welschbillig, a municipality in the Eifel region of western Germany.

Useldange is a small town in western Luxembourg with a precious rural cultural heritage.