Bramburg

Short facts

  • Hann. Münden

The ruins of the Bramburg are located on the Upper Weser between the towns of Glashütte and Hemeln.

The Bramburg in the Hann. Münden adventure region is located in the immediate vicinity of the Hünenburg with a view of the village of Glashütte, the Bursfelde Monastery and the Reinhardswald forest.

History

The Bramburg was first mentioned in a document in 1063. It was used as a fortification for the Bursfelde Monastery. Over the centuries, Bramburg Castle was used as a protective fortress to safeguard the Corvey territories and also as a robber baron's nest. As a result, the castle was partially destroyed as early as 1458 and was already considered a ruin at the end of the 17th century.

On the map

Bramburg
Bramburgweg
34346 Hann. Münden - Hemeln
Deutschland

Phone: +49 5541 / 75313
Fax: +49 5541 / 75404
E-mail:
Website: hann.muenden-erlebnisregion.en

Contact person

Hann. Münden Marketing GmbH
Bramburgweg
34346 Hann. Münden

Phone: +49 5541 / 75313
Fax: +49 5541 / 75404
E-mail:
Website: hann.muenden-erlebnisregion.de

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