L'Alsace est l’une des régions d’Europe qui compte le plus de châteaux forts médiévaux ! Patrimoine castral mis en lumière par la Route des Châteaux et Cités fortifiées d'Alsace Les résultats ci-après sont indiqués par ordre alphabétique.

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Leymen

Ruins of the Landskron: keep (13th c.), remains of the chapel, well, Renaissance sculptures.

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La Petite Pierre

Built in the 13th. c., modernized by Vauban in 1680.

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100
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Ferrette

Mentioned for the first time circa 1100, it is supposed to be one of the oldest in Alsace.

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Saverne

Built during the 12th, restored in 1583. Romanesque ruins and Romanesque chapel of the 12th c.

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Scherwiller

One of the most imposing castles in ruins of the Rhine valley. Built in the 13th c.

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Lichtenberg

A Mediaeval stronghold that has withstood the test of time over the centuries when it was used as

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Oberhaslach

Castle in ruins (13th-14th c.): square tower, big walls.

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Orschwiller

First mentioned in 1147, the castle was rebuilt after 1479.

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60
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Lembach

Big castle in ruins (12th-17th c.), hewed in the rock, that used to belong to the Barons of Fleck

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Lembach

Along a trail peppered with 20 games in the woods, at P’tit Fleck and in the castle, children and

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100

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