Neuenburg Castle (Freyburg)

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Neuenburg Castle is a hilltop castle in Freyburg, a town in the state of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The castle was built around 1090 by the Thuringian count Ludwig der Springer, securing his territory in the east, as did its sister castle Wartburg in the west.[1]

View from Freyburg train station

The name Neuenburg derives from German for "new castle".

Old castle keep of Wilhelm the Fat
Double cupola
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Coordinates: 51°12′31″N 11°46′32″E / 51.20861°N 11.77556°E / 51.20861; 11.77556