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  1. Burghausen Castle - Wikipedia

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    History. The castle hill was settled as early as the Bronze Age.The castle (which was founded before 1025) was transferred to the Wittelsbachs after the death of the last count of Burghausen, Gebhard II, in 1168.

  2. Burghausen, Altötting - Wikipedia

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    Burghausen is the largest town in the Altötting district of Upper Bavaria in Germany. It is situated on the Salzach river, near the border with Austria . Burghausen Castle rests along a ridgeline, and is the longest castle in the world (1,043 m).

  3. Talk:Burghausen Castle - Wikipedia

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    It would benefit from a schematic of the castle layout, and a map showing where Burghausen is. These are minor. The more major problems are lack of citations, content, and clarification.

  4. Burghausen Castle | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    The Burghausen Castle in Burghausen, Upper Bavaria is the longest castle complex in Europe (1,043 m). The castle hill was already settled in the Bronze Age. The castle (which was founded before 1025) was transferred to the Wittelsbachs after the death of the last count of Burghausen Gebhard II in 1168. In 1180 they were appointed duke of Bavaria and the castle was extended under duke Otto I of ...

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  6. Castelo de Burghausen – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    História. O castelo é o mais longo do mundo, com uma extensão total de 1.051 metros. [1]Desde 1255 que tem sido a segunda residência dos duques da Baixa Baviera. [2]No final da Idade Média, o duque Jorge, o Rico (Georg, der Reiche) tornou o castelo e os seus seis pátios, na fortaleza mais segura do país.

  7. Burghausen - Wikipedia

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    Burghausen may refer to several places in Germany: . Burghausen, Altötting, a town in southeastern Bavaria . Burghausen Castle; Burghausen bei Münnerstadt, part of Münnerstadt in northern Bavaria

  8. Burghausen Castle, Burghausen, Germany - SpottingHistory.com

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    Burghausen Castle is the longest castle complex in the world (1,043 m), confirmed by the Guiness World Record company. The castle hill was already settled in the Bronze Age. The castle (which was founded before 1025) was transferred to the Wittelsbachs after the death of the last count of Burghausen, Gebhard II, in 1168.

  9. List of castles in Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Numerous castles are found in the German state of Bavaria.These buildings, some of which have a history of over 1,000 years, were the setting for historical events, domains of famous personalities, and are still imposing structures to this day.

  10. Upper Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Among popular excursions in Upper Bavaria are the Koenigssee with the Sanctuary of St Bartholomew's and mount Watzmann, the royal castles of Ludwig II, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee in Chiemsee, the Burghausen Castle and the castle Hohenaschau. The most important places of pilgrimage are Altoetting and Tuntenhausen.

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