Langenstein Castle

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Langenstein Castle

Langenstein Castle is a Renaissance building of the sixteenth century. Today it is owned by the Douglases, descendants of the Swedish count Ludvig Douglas. It is located within the territory of Orsingen-Nenzingen, a municipality in the Hegau region near lake Constance in southern Germany.[1] The castle is widely known for its golf course.[2] The palace also houses a Carnival Museum.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Badish Pages: Langenstein Castle
  2. ^ Golf.de: Golf Club
  3. ^ Bike Path Danube-Lake Constance: Carnival Museum in the Langenstein Castle

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Coordinates: 47°50′34″N 8°54′10″E / 47.84278°N 8.90278°E / 47.84278; 8.90278