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Schloss Mauterndorf, Lungau, Austria.

Schloss Mauterndorf, situated on a rocky outcrop to the northwest of the market town of Mauterndorf, was built in the 14th century, and extended in the early 16th century to protect the southern end of the Radstadt Tauern Pass. Today the stronghold houses a fascinating museum devoted to life in the late Middle Ages, part of which, in the 44 metre high keep, shows the everyday life of a mediaeval archbishop, members of his court and household. The castle was once owned by Herman Göring and it was here he was captured at the end of the 2nd World War.


  • stephaniek
    stephaniekabout 3 years ago

    Fantastic image my friend……………..;-))

  • Thanks So Much My Friend!!!!

    – Lee d'Entremont

  • John44
    John44about 3 years ago
    nice composition Lee
  • Thank You Dear John!!!

    – Lee d'Entremont

  • Linda  Makiej Photography
    Linda Makiej ...about 3 years ago

    Fantastic shot Lee!

  • Thank You So Much Linda!

    – Lee d'Entremont

  • Delfino
    Delfinoabout 3 years ago

    A very nice detail you picked up, glass windows like that cannot be produced any longer today.

  • Thank you Bernhard!!!.. I always love visiting Schloss Mauterndorf for it’s Beauty, history & Great food! (Kasnudeln suppe & schnitzel).

    – Lee d'Entremont

  • midnightduchess
    midnightduchessabout 3 years ago

    Congratulations beautiful work

  • Thank You So Very Much Jacqui!!!…I truely appreciate it!

    – Lee d'Entremont

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