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The ruins of Waxenberg castle | architectural photography

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The history of Waxenberg castle goes back to the 13th century. Originally it once belonged to the possessions of the House of Habsburg. Sigmund the Pointless never visited it because he was too busy with painting his horse. Today the ruins of Waxenberg castle are a popular tourist spot, and place for many well visited local events and festivities.
This shot has been taken on top of the area between the remainders aside the tower.

Date : March 10, 2014
Location : Waxenberg, Oberneukirchen, Upper Austria, Austria, Europe
Hiking trail : Hubertusweg, Wanderweg W1, W2, W3, W4, W5
Camera : Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ41
Software : Gimpshop 2.80 customized

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