All Castles in the canton of Zug, The Canton of Zug has six castles located in it: Zug Castle, Wildenburg Castle, Freudenberg Castle, Buonas Castle, Hünenberg Castle and St. Andreas Castle
The first castle in Zug was probably a wooden manor house built around 1000 and owned by a ministerialis family. Zug Castle. The museum in the Castle of Zug tells the history of the city and the canton of Zug.
Wildenburg castle was founded in the 13th century by the Lords of Hünenberg, vassals of the counts of Kyburg and Habsburg. Wildenburg was destroyed after that
St. Andreas Castle is a privately owned castle located in Cham. the chapel site was used by a ‘holy bishop without a name’ for Christian services.
Hünenberg Castle was built in the 12th century and mentioned the first time in 1173. Rudolf von Hünenberg sold the ruined castle and its rights to the Bütler brothers.
In 1478 the castle burned down and the reconstruction began in 1494. Buonas Castle. The New Castle was built next to the medieval one in 1877. Founded: 1494
Freudenberg Castle is a castle in the municipality of Bad Ragaz of the Canton of St. Gallen in Switzerland. The castle was built by the Lords of Wildenberg. Built around 1200-1250
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Flag of Lucerne The Flag of Lucerne is divided Horizontally into equal parts White and Blue. Luzern was a sovereign state within the Holy Roman Empire since 1241. Lucerne joined the Swiss Confederation in 1332. The first documented evidence of the blue-white flag is from 1386, and a seal of 1354 shows the blue-white arms […]
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