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Schloss Stolzenfels

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Corporate name headingSchloss Stolzenfels
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Variant(s)Stolzenfels Castle
Stolzenfels (Koblenz, Germany). Schloss
Found inDas Stolzenfels-Album von Caspar Scheuren, 2003: p. 8 (Schloss Stolzenfels)
Wikipedia WWW site, viewed Jan. 31, 2011: (Stolzenfels Castle; Schloss Stolzenfels; castle near Koblenz on the Rhine, Germany; finished in 1259, Stolzenfels was used to protect the toll station at the Rhine; destroyed in 1689 by the French during the Nine Years' War; in 1815 the ruins were given as a present to Frederick William IV of Prussia by the city of Koblenz; rebuilt and remodelled starting in 1826 in the then-fashionable neo-Gothic style, headed by neoclassic architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel)