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  • Bavaria - In the Footsteps of King Ludwig II | Discover Germany


    Ludwig II of Bavaria had castles and palaces built that reflected all his dreams and desires. That's how he became known as the fairy-tale king - a fascinating figure to this day.

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  • Neuschwanstein: The Reality of Building Fantasy


    High above Bavaria in southern Germany, sits a castle that was built to inspire fantasy. But to construct this building in such a unique location, the team faced harsh realities. For more by The B1M subscribe now -

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  • Bavarias Fairy Tale King | Retracing The Footsteps Of King Ludwig II in The Alps


    King Ludwig II of Bavaria was one of the most fascinating figures of the 19th century. For the ruler known as the Fairy Tale King, the Alps and the countryside were the settings that most suited his own romantic nature.

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  • King Ludwig II of Bavaria the Builder | Neuschwanstein Castle


    King Ludwig II’s castles are known the world over, but he did more for Bavaria that build Neuschwanstein. He commissioned universities, theaters, and infrastructure projects - not only Germany's real life Disney castle. An exhibition shows the diverse contributions the king made to Bavaria’s infrastructure.

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  • ◄ Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany HD ►


    Neuschwanstein Castle - HD footage, information and facts on the breathtaking Neuschwanstein Castle. This castle is without a doubt one of the most, if not the most beautiful castle in the world. It is the most photographed building in Germany.

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    This is the tour INSIDE Castle Neuschwanstein. We'd spent a few hours on the bus and climbed a mountain to get there, but it was worth it. Built by Ludwig II, the castle opened to the public in 1886. More than 1.3 million people visit annually, with as many as 6,000 per day during the Summer months.

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  • Auf den Spuren des Märchenkönigs | Video des Tages


    Ludwig II., König von Bayern, war ein eigenwilliger Monarch, dessen tragisches Ende zur Legendenbildung beitrug. Zu seinen Lebzeiten (1845-1886) schuf er sich sein eigenes Universum - etwa mit dem Bau von Schlössern. 125 Jahre nach seinem Tod zieht der Märchenkönig die Menschen immer noch in seinen Bann.

  • Raiders of the Lost Art - Hitlers Secret Treasure Castle


    Discover the dark history of one of Europe's most famous castles, the fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, which housed one of the greatest art hoards of the war. US troops and the famous Monuments Men raced to capture the castle before the SS could destroy it and the billions of dollars of treasures stored inside.

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  • Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany in 4K Ultra HD


    The Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most popular places to visit in Germany.
    The castle was built in the second half of the 19th century by the mad King Ludwig II of Bavaria, huge fan of architecture and Richard Wagner's music. It is one of several castles of Ludwig II, that are today major attractions for visitors in Bavaria.
    The castle is considered to have been the inspiration for the Disney castles in Disneyland and the movie Cinderella.

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  • Neuschwanstein the Fairytale Castle that Inspired Walt Disney


    Neuschwanstein the Fairytale Castle that Inspired Walt Disney

    Few places on Earth look more like storybook illustrations that. With its towers, turrets, frescoes, and throne hall, Neuschwanstein looks like it was plucked straight from your favorite fairy tale.
    It is one of the most famous castels and the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. it is Considered as the 8th wonder of the world, it rises on a hill in the heart of a green wooded mountain. in Bavaria, Germany near the town of Fussen.

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  • German Castles, Ghosts & Royalty: Once Upon A Time In Germany... | Meet the Germans | DW Euromaxx


    Germany has some pretty impressive castles – Neuschwanstein, Hohenzollern, Wartburg, to name a few. This week Rachel is visiting the fairytale location of Burg Eltz in southwest Germany. Join her as she checks in with German nobility, tracks down the resident ghost and finally finds out the difference between the words “Burg” and “Schloss”!

    Rachel moved from the UK to Germany in 2016. As a relative newcomer she casts a fresh eye over German clichés and shares her experiences of settling into German life. Every two weeks she explores a new topic – from allotment gardens to money to language.
    This time round, she’s looking into Germany’s castles and their long (and spooky) history. Have you visited any German castles?

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  • The Castle Builders: Masters & Masons - How Medieval Castles Were Built | Free Documentary History


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    Castles – citadels of world heritage. All over Europe, millions flock to see these masterpieces in stone.
    They are drawn by the astonishing scale of construction – and by a sense of a lost world of heroism and chivalry. But castles are more than magnificent monuments to a past that’s dead and gone. They hold the key to understanding a crucial period in the growth of our civilisation.

    In this first episode, we’ll see how some of the great castles of Europe were built, and how the ideas and techniques behind their construction changed and developed in a few short centuries. Kings and barons found the resources and manpower to start building castles, and spent fortunes on finishing them – and all of this happened at on a huge scale, at a frenetic pace, and often in the heart of hostile territory.

    We’ll meet the Castle Builders – the labourers and masons who did the hard work; the geniuses of design who imagined them, the structural engineers who turned them into reality; and the kings and barons who commissioned them and lived in them.

    We’ll travel from Richard the Lionheart’s astonishing Chateau Gauillard in Normandy to the ‘layered’ defences of Caerphilly – the first castle in Britain built to be defended by walls within walls – and around Edward I’s massive ‘ring of iron’ that gripped North Wales.

    Large-scale dramatic reconstructions and state-of-the-art computer graphics will give us a thrilling sense of how all of these mediaeval mega-structures were designed and built.


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  • Visit an Immense, Real-Life Fairy-Tale Castle | National Geographic


    High in the Alpine foothills of Germany sits one of the most iconic castles in Europe. The “fairy-tale” king, Ludwig II of Bavaria, built this dazzling Neuschwanstein palace to withdraw from public life after losing his power in the Austro-Prussian war. It’s believed that he built his new castle as the centerpiece for an imagined kingdom—one in which he was the true king.
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    Shot by an American tourist, this color home movie shows a trip to Austria, Bavaria and Germany circa the mid-1950s to early 1960s.

    Opening: A tall church-like structure with rotating figurines (:08). Title card: The Austrian Tyrol, The Castle of Hohenschwangan, belonging to Maximillian II, father of Ludwig II (:59). Castle on a hillside (1:04). Neuschwanstein, stands 3306 feet above sea level, Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany (1:23). Inside the castle: a couch (1:46). Alpen Hotel Erdt, Mittenwald Bavaria (1:52). People on a horse and buggy (2:03). Cloudy mountains (2:11). People walk around a picturesque German town (2:35). A man plays a guitar (3:19). A man performs woodworking (3:44). A town at the base of numerous surrounding fog shrouded mountains (4:29). Paintings on the exterior buildings are done by local artists, they often portray the business or profession (4:40). A cow walks down a street (4:54). A couple walks around a small town (5:08). Mountaintops with fog, clouds, and snow (5:39). People in a town sit around, some walk (5:53). A small cablecar or ski lift comes down a line (6:22). It's possible this is the Karwendelbahn, but if so the film is a lot later than we thought as that particular cableway did not operate until 1967! Going on a sky ride with a town in the background (6:35). Mountains (6:43). Cross with the year 1948 displayed on it. Sky ride (7:14). A modest home (7:35). Cows crossing a street (7:43). Cows graze (8:40). A sheepherder (9:08). Filming people from a movie car (9:22). Mary, mother of Jesus, statue (10:05). A woman waters plants outside her home (10:11). Small town tucked in rolling green hills (10:34). A small town (11:13). Men, women, and children walk past a cafe (11:25). A small town center; businesses and automobiles (11:49). Hotel Goldene Rose in Heidelberg, Germany (12:23). A street in Heidelberg, Germany (12:32). People walk around a street (12:56). Narrow street in Germany (13:07). Women walk down a street (13:54). Small German town skyline (14:20). Hotel Eisenhut in Rothenburg, Bavaria, Germany (15:03). Children sit on the grass (15:14). A calm river goes under a covered bridge near apartments (15:58). Women sell flowers in a marketplace in front of a cathedral (16:19). A waiter and some people hold mugs of beer (16:57).

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  • The Colourful World Of Medieval Castle Painting | Secrets Of The Castle EP3 | Timeline


    Ruth, Peter and Tom enter the surprisingly colourful world of medieval interior design. The castles that we see today are in fact scarred by centuries of decay. Most of their original roofs, carpentry and interior finishes have long since disappeared, but in their heyday they were lavishly decorated.

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  • Deutsche Burgen und Schlösser von Neuschwanstein bis Burg Eltz | Meet the Germans


    In Deutschland kommen Fans von Burgen und Schlössern definitiv auf ihre Kosten: Ob Neuschwanstein oder die Wartburg, ob schicker Palast oder Ruine - für jeden Geschmack ist etwas dabei. Rachel Stewart besucht für Meet the Germans Burg Eltz, immerhin fast 900 Jahre alt. Dort lernt sie einen echten Grafen mit einem ziemlich langen Namen kennen – und eine schaurig-schöne Geistergeschichte.

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  • The Hidden Secrets Built Into Medieval Castles That Most People Never Knew Existed


    When you look at a medieval castle, several different images probably pop into your head. It could be of a princess longingly gazing out of a window or perhaps a knight jousting atop his noble white steed.

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    While medieval castles might seem arcane, they did serve a very specific function when they were built. They also hold dark secrets…

    The first time you probably heard of a castle was when someone was reading fairy tales before bed. Perhaps you pictured them as the sparkling mansions where Cinderella and the other princesses found their happily ever-afters.
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  • Neuschwanstein Castle Sucks! Why You Must Visit Germany | Bavaria Castles + Lake Vanlife Europe ep 8


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    This German travel vlog you will see why you need to visit Germany. Bavaria is beautiful for its castles, lakes and mountains. To our surprise Neuschwanstein Castle was overrated but the Alps and scenery are why you need to visit. This vanlife Europe episode we explore Schwangau, our final stop on the Romantic road. Like always the German food and beer didn't disappoint and the Neuschwanstein Castle & Hohenschwangau Castle were beautiful from afar but up close, it was not what we expected. We visited a biergarten with a view of the German Alsps and tried pretzels and obatzda for the first time. Germany has been the highlight of the trip so far and can't recommend it enough.

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  • Inside the Neuschwanstein Castle - The Fairytale Castle - Full Tour


    Our Third Country on this trip - Germany. We traveled to several places there.
    Fussen is just wonderful and no words to describe this Fairytale Castle of Neuschwanstein. Have a tour of it with us. It is situated near Fussen in Bavaria region of Germany.
    You can go there by taxi, your own car or bus from Bus station which is next to the Train station of Fussen.
    We visited there in the winter season. It was more than a fairytale.

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  • The Hidden Secrets Built Into Medieval Castles That Most People Never Knew Existed


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    When you look at a medieval castle, several different images probably pop into your head. It could be of a princess longingly gazing out of a window or perhaps a knight jousting atop his noble white steed.
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    The first time you probably heard of a castle was when someone was reading fairy tales before bed. Perhaps you pictured them as the sparkling mansions where Cinderella and the other princesses found their happily ever-afters.

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  • #360Video: Neuschwanstein Castle | DW English


    Join DW reporter Elisabeth Yorck von Wartenburg as she explores Neuschwanstein Castle, where Bavarian King Ludwig II designed his fantasy world. Walk through the gorgeous rooms of his fairytale castle.

  • where is the original Disney castle | Neuschwanstein


    Newschwanstein, or better pronounced, Neuschwanstein,
    was the inspiration of Walt Disney for the creation of Cinderella movie and Disneyland.
    the castle built between 1868 and 1886 by King Ludwig II, and inspired by German mythology and the operas of Richard Wagner.
    the castle is located above the village of Schwangau, in south of Bavaria, Germany. but and where Ludwig spent a long time growing up in the summer palace Honenschwangau.
    in the same location of Neuschwanstein castle, use to be an old castle from medieval times, called Schwanstein.
    King Ludwig II was the last king of Bavaria, and after defeat to Prussia, and became a puppet king under Kaiser Wilhelm since 1870.
    he became more and more isolated in Vagner operas and fantasies on living in Neuschwanstein.
    the built of Neuschwanstein castle became a big burden on Bavaria treasury, and in 1885, the government of Bavaria declared that the king was insane,
    and put him in an asylum in one of his palaces.
    day after that, he went to a walk around the lake near that palace, and never return., his body found a day later, next to the shore.
    the mystery around his death and the controversy around his removal prom the crown continue today, but no dought that Neuschwanstein castle had a big role in both.

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  • Where the Nazis Hid $3.5 Billion of Stolen Art


    In the spring of 1945, with the Third Reich crumbling, the Nazis hid their stolen art in a sealed salt mine. But when U.S. troops arrived, they found the opening to the mine had been destroyed.


  • Wartburg Castle – Home to Luthers Bible | DW English


    Martin Luther translated the New Testament into German in Wartburg Castle, high above Eisenach. This anniversary year, a special exhibition, Luther and the Germans, shows how his image has changed over the centuries.
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  • Eisenach: The Town below Wartburg Castle | Discover Germany


    Wartburg Castle has attracted many illustrious visitors over the centuries, among them Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Richard Wagner and the Bavarian King Ludwig the Second, who got some ideas for his famous Neuschwanstein castle from the Wartburg design.
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  • Don’t Go Alone! Haunted Castles And Forgotten Villages - Mysterious Wales Ghost Stories & Legends


    Don’t Go Alone! More ghost stories and legends of Wales and this time I’m exploring Ogmore Castle, Merthyr Mawr and Candleston Castle near Bridgend South Wales.

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    Starting at the picturesque ruins of Ogmore Castle and the ghost story of the ‘White Lady’ it’s then to the nearby pretty village of Merthyr Mawr with its thatched cottages.

    First, you have to cross the Ogmore River and the associated legend of Cap Coch, a sinister innkeeper who murdered travellers and first started to dump their bodies in the river and then resorted to burying them in the cellar and the grounds of the inn.

    In Merthyr Mawr village church there are many remnants of old crosses and gravestones dating back to the 5th century.

    Finally heading to the Merthyr Mawr sand dunes which are some of the biggest in Europe. There is also the ominous presence of the ruined fortified manor house known as Candleston Castle.
    It is associated with the legend of the ‘Goblin Stone’ and the mysterious disappearance of the village of Treganlaw.

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  • Disturbing Horrors Behind The Wizard of Oz Thatll RUIN Your Childhood • EWU Story Time


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  • Historic Walls 02 - Hohenzollern Castle | euromaxx


    Hohenzollern Castle is located south of Stuttgart. It is one of Germany's most outstanding castles although it is also one of its youngest.

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