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Walls of the palace
Royal carriage at the Museum of Sigmaringen
Entrance to the castle
Sigmaringen is a town located in southern Germany, in Baden - Württemberg region. Located on the banks of the Donau river and the Schwäbische Alb mountain range, is known for hosting the Schloss Sigmaringen. Its origins date back to prehistoric remains found in the area, but the first settlements in the area were the Celts back in 500 BC. Later the area was frontier of the Roman Empire. Germanic tribes founded the settlement of Sigmar here.
N 48º 05' 13''
E 09º 12' 59''
Sigmaringen Castle is an ancient fortress that belonged to one of the two major branches of the Hohenzollern, the Swabian. The castle was built on ancient ruins of roman origin, although the current oldest remains date from the Middle Ages, and the main body began in the renaissance, supplemented in later centuries. Of particular note is the room of weapons, which are displayed a collection of weapons of incalculable value.
The Prince's Garden is built on the remains of the ancient royal parks, located between the Karlstrasse and the Danube. The original park was designed in english style, and was in 2013, thanks to an ambitious project called “project Green Sigmaringen” when the park will regain its original state.
- The entrance to the palace costs 7,5€, it is highly
- It is forbidden to take pictures.