December 16, 2018

Tour Report: Castle "Crown of the Land"

This more than 400 year-old castle was the third and final spot on my tour in May of last year together with North Urbex, Pixelcracker and Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland. Since the place is pretty well-known as a historical landmark in the area, it was a legal visit. The ruins of the castle are open to the public.
We had put this place on the map for our tour in case we'd have some time left after the first two spots, and that just happened to be the case.
So we drove for about half an hour until we arrived at the castle's ruins.
It was already afternoon and the weather didn't look too good, which is why there were only a few people walking around - good for us and our photography!

I really liked exploring this place - the cloudy sky made for a great atmosphere, and the month of May had created a rich green on the old castle walls.
We had a nice stress-free walk through the ruins, took our photos, and went back to the car.
As soon as we left the premises, the rain started - our timing was perfect!

So, altogether it was a great tour through three beautiful castles with a great crew, and I do hope that this crew will meet again soon for another fantastic expedition!!

To find out more about the history of this place and to check out all the photos, click the button below.

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