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Ruin Wartenfels - Thalgau

Thalgau, Salzburg, Österreich

The ruin is positioned on the western side of the schober.

The ruin was built from "Konrad von Kahlham " in 1259. Since then he called hisself "von Wartenfels". He sold everything also the tithes to the archbishop of Salzburg in 1301 for 180 pounds.
The bishop setted up a court in the castle. This court was responseble for Thalgau, Fuschl, Faistenau and Abersee.
The community of Thalgau started to built a new court in the center of Thalgau and so the decay of the castle Wartenfels started.
After many years Thalgau decided to renovate the ruin. Responsible for the renovation was a architekt from Thalgau. The building work started in 1981.
In nowadays you cna see the ruin from Thalgau, the walls are now mounted.

Travelling by public transport
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  • Suitable for groups
  • Suitable for schools
  • Pets allowed
  • Suitable for single travelers
  • Suitable for friends
  • Suitable for couples
  • Suitable for children
Season
  • Spring
  • Summer

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Contact


Ruin Wartenfels - Thalgau
Vordereggstraße 32
5303 Thalgau

+43 6253 7350
thalgau@fuschlseeregion.com
www.thalgau-tourismus.at
http://www.thalgau-tourismus.at

We speak the following languages

German

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