Near byMysterious ruins along the upper Rhine river
At the edge of the Black Forest, with views reaching to the Alsace and Switzerland, these old ruins—from the Badenweiler Roman Bath Ruins to the first majestic palace of the Margraves of Baden-Baden—have witnessed several centuries of history.
Hochburg Castle, at the foothills of the Black Forest, is one of the largest ruined castles in the Upper Rhine Valley.
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