Germany is a country that is rich in attractions. Among them, of course, it is worth highlighting the locks.
Johannesburg Castle was built from dark limestone during the Renaissance (1605–1614 g). It is located on the River Main, in the city of Aschaffenburg. It was built on the site of an old castle, which burned down in a fire in 1552. The plan for the new castle was made by George Reading. As a result, the castle turned out to be correct and accurate: the parts of the building form a square with a courtyard inside it, also of a square shape. The external facade of the castle is quite simple, the only decoration is the separation of windows and dormers.
Hohenzollern Castle is the most famous in the whole world. It is located at an altitude of 855 m at the top of the mountain, which is briefly called Zollern. It is a memorial built in honor of the Hohenzoller dynasty, which ruled the country from the 12th century to 1918. The appearance of the castle surprises with its grandeur and very harmoniously combines medieval and neo-romantic elements. Tourists and not only call it a "castle in the clouds."
Eltz Castle is the pearl of German architecture; it is over 800 years old. It was built on a 200-meter mountain spire and is surrounded on three sides by a river and dense forest. For all the time the castle has never been destroyed, and therefore it retained its original appearance. This is the ancestral nest of the Elz dynasty, whose representatives already in the 33rd generation own the castle. The picturesque location and impressive architecture made it the most popular castle in Germany.
Neuschwanstein is a fairytale castle located on the slopes of the Bavarian Alps. It was built by King Ludwig II based on fairy tales, ancient legends and romantic stories. Neuschwanstein Castle is a real masterpiece, which is very popular among tourists and brings huge income to Germany. Neuschwanstein looks like Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Paris. It was he who became the source of inspiration for Tchaikovsky in the creation of the ballet Swan Lake.