Hello my steemiant friends,
here is another relax movie from Burgruine Neuscharfeneck in 4K, in Pfalz in South Germany
Shot with my mavic air drone to share this beautiful nature with you.
Castle ruin Neuscharfeneck in the Southern Wine Route. The castle ruin Neuscharfeneck is within walking distance from Dernbach, Ramberg or the forest parking lot Drei Buchen. It is situated 501 m above sea level and 280 m above the village of Dernbach, which lies on foot. Very striking is the 58 m long, 12 m thick and up to a height of 20 m towering shield wall.
The ruin is an extensive complex, 150 m long and over 60 m wide; its size is only surpassed by two other castles. Count Palatine Friedrich I, the "victorious", had the castle built in the first half of the 13th century converted into a large complex. It was set on fire during the Peasants' War and rebuilt and extended by Count Friedrich von Löwenstein-Scharfeneck around 1530, but was finally destroyed in the Thirty Years' War.