ⓘ Waldenburg, Baden-Württemberg

                                     

ⓘ Waldenburg, Baden-Wurttemberg

Waldenburg is a hilltop town in south central Germany, eastwards of Heilbronn in the Hohenlohe of Baden-Wurttemberg. The town is the site of Waldenburg Castle and some hilltop churches. Records first mention Waldenburg in the year 1253, but the town was destroyed in April 1945, at the end of World War II, and it has been rebuilt since.

                                     
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