Since 1847, this estate was the declared favorite estate of the regional grand ducal family. The beautiful english landscape park, which today can
hardly be recognized as such, was layed out around 1850. The neo-renaissance style mansion was built about 30 years after that.
Duke Friedrich Franz II. had this castle built according to plans of a famous architect. The castle and the estate remainded the property of the grand ducal family until 1945.
From 1946 until 1995, the castle was used as an educational institution for forest rangers and forest managers.
Next to the spectacular flight of stairs in the center of the mansion, the stuccoed ceilings and the excellent woodwork really are worth noticing!
Visited: April 12, 2014
Location: Undisclosed, Germany