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Burg der Ritter von Kröv

  • Kröv
It was once the property of the Knights of Cröv, a ministerial dynasty, which represented the German king/emperor in his imperial allodium before the free, self-supplemented knight's court as a bailiff. The castle was a moated castle with a surrounding moat. A watercolor from 1820 (in the Mittelmoselmuseum Traben-Trarbach) shows this castle. The towers were demolished in 1823 by the new owner Wagner. Wagner's descendants donated a home for the elderly and a kindergarten in 1896. The "old castle" from 1623 is still preserved, as is the castle dungeon, which was built over around 1960 as part of the expansion of the old people's home of the Franciscan sisters.

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Reißstr. 2

54536 Kröv


Phone: +49 6541 8138 0

Fax: +49 6541 8138 59

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