Hambach Castle

Overlooking  the Rhine Valley, the German Wine Street Wine and set against a background of the Palatinate Forest is the impregnable Hambach Castle with its rich past and which has written a page in German history. The manifestation of the patriots of 1832, when, for the first time, the flag of black, red and gold was hoisted black, made these ruins ​​famous. In the year 1919, and again in 1949, the castle was chosen as the national emblem of Germany. Inside is a new concept of interactive museum where guests are invited to be protagonists of this story and its revolutionary slogans: 1° European Revolution, 2° Birthday Banne,r 3° Freedom of the press, 4° Revolution, parliament and constitution, 5° Human Rights and Peace

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