Thursday, June 9, 2016

Hocheppan Castle









Hocheppan Castle was built around 1125


11 comments:

Gunn said...

It looks like a perfect place for a castle, and what a great view they have.

Tom said...

yet another fabulous view!

Sharon Anck said...

1125??? Amazing!

Lowell said...

1125? That's incredible. I'm assuming there's been some restorative work done through the years, but what a sight this is! So beautiful high on the mountain with the blue sky in the background!

Marleen said...

A lovely location!

William Kendall said...

A beautiful castle, Karl!

Yes, that item that made your news is the very same place I featured at the end of today's post.

Christine said...

It's amazing to think it has survived since 1125! Fantastic photos!
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Arianna said...

E scopro un altro luogo a me sconosciuto! Ciao, Arianna

RedPat said...

Imagine building that!

orvokki said...

It's incredible, so the old castle. It attracts to climb up the hill ..

Jack said...

Another of your beautiful scenes. I am going to vote for the third image.

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