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Ruine Königstein, Konigstein im Taunus
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  • The castle itself is very nice and definitely worth a visit, but I would venture to say that he bit a greater authenticity. Upon arrival to the town of Königstein Castle will catch his Special sumptuousness. Visit the castle of loved and our children, especially the passage of about 100 m a long dark corridor was quite an adventure.
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  • October 2, 2016 were not very lucky with the weather, but that didn't stop to enjoy the view from the tower and fortress walls. There were many ancient ruins, this struck by its size, suitable for 3 euros for an adult ticket and 1.50 for children, there is something to look at. Generally very cozy town of Königstein, near the ruins of a charming park with playground, want as anyone to come again.
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  • We were often in Königstein, but never in the ruins of the Castle. It should be finally 2016. The first surprise: the facility is much larger and more impressive than you think from a distance over the old town. The 3 Euro entrance fee worthwhile. There are dark corridors, large terraces only perfect views and a tower, which cries out for ascent. So not afraid of ruins called letting go.
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