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Thank you Susana55 for all of the information about this amazing castle. I would love to be able to tour the section they allow visitors.


This is such a hauntingly beautiful picture, I just had to look it up.
Eltz Castle (German: Burg Eltz) is a medieval castle nestled in the hills above the Moselle River between Koblenz and Trier, Germany. It is still owned by a branch of the same family (the Eltz family) that lived there in the 12th century, 33 generations ago. Bürresheim Castle (Schloss Bürresheim), Eltz Castle and Lissingen Castle are the only castles on the left bank of the Rhine in Rhineland-Palatinate which have never been destroyed.
The Rübenach and Rodendorf families' homes in the castle are open to the public, while the Kempenich branch of the family uses the other third of the castle. The public is admitted seasonally, from April to October. Visitors can view the treasury, with gold, silver and porcelain artifacts and the armory of weapons and suits of armor.


What a great picture of an amazing castle. Thank you for the puzzle.

My sister has been there. The Eltz family still live there. They don't inhabit all of it. Parts are open to the public. But parts are closed off for the family.

Okay, before I decide if we want to rent this for a vacation home, need to know if the elevator is in good shape. And the AC/heat as well.


Awesome castle. I wish I could go through it and look around. TFP ~ cyndi

Cool looking place...thanks !

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