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From a 13th century medieval castle to an 18th century fort, the Castle Ensemble Ehrenberg in Tyrol has four fortifications to showcase.
To make the view and the history of Ehrenberg for everyone, the Castle Ensemble was extended by two attraction,
which blend smoothly into the Alps;
the new, fully automatic inclined lift "Ehrenberg Liner"
and the bridge "Highline 179".
The suspension bridge with its proud 406 meters in length, may officially call itself the world's longest of its kind in Tibet Style. Take a look at the four castles we visited in 2019:
Built in 1296, Ehrenberg Castle offers everything you would expect from a medieval castle, defensive walls, tall towers and a lot of history.
Ehrenberg Klause (1317) - Soon after the first mentioning of Ehrenberg, the Klause which lies below, is also named. In addition to its military function as barrage, it also served as a customs and tolls site.
Fort Claudia (1645) - The strategic importance of the mountain crest across from Ehrenberg was long known. It played an important role in the reconquest of Ehrenberg in 1546.
The Fortress at the Schlosskopf (1741) - The youngest and at the same time most important of all the complex, is the Schlosskopf Fortress.