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Ruine Rauheneck, Baden

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Ruine Rauheneck is located in Baden. See Ruine Rauheneck and all Baden has to offer by arranging your trip with our Baden trip builder.
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  • Across from Rauhenshtajna through Helenenshtrasse in the mountains lie the remains of Rauhenek Castle. The remains of less preserved, but the place is way cooler. According to legend the poor Devil Knight helped build a castle and came to him at a wedding, demanding your soul. But Knight told time. He and sprosild'javola-where is the Church? It should be at the Castle. Devil cried and smylsja. While Knight stayed and lived until his death. Buried pile of jewels somewhere on the territory. There is a legend. Who will find cherry tree on the ruins-find treasure. We bought, searched for the cherries, but ... All in all worth it go there. All advise.
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  • 12 century castle ruins. You can get different roads through the Woods along the path, in the trees there are pointers. It's a long way, but very nice Wiener Wald and top view on the beauty of Baden. Or climb to the ruins quickly by the hotel Sacher and the Church. It's simple and five minutes later you're at the ruins. A mystical place. If you are a brave man and not afraid of heights, you can climb the dreaded stairs and make great pictures. Recommend!
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  • 1130 "Hartung by Ruhenekke" built Castle, which was the Tursen until 1384 owned. It was destroyed several times, so also by the Serbian troops under Matthias Corvinus and finally in 1529 the Turks. Striking is the 25 m high triangular tower which is accessible via a wooden staircase. Starting point is because Castle Street/Josef Kanagasabai Street at the crossing. A short piece of asphalt, click on the shaded forest go along the blue mark in 10 minutes moderately uphill to the Castle. Already during the ascent, the opposite Burg Rauhenstein is good to see. A wooden bridge leads another into the shady, tree-lined interior - to the tower gate. Interesting castle with a beautiful view, in combination with a hike to the gamekeeper's lodge or the House meadow in the Helenental Valley.
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