Hohenburg auf Rosenberg
Castle is a medieval citadel those ruins lie on a high ground
overlooking Spittal an der Drau in Carinthia region of Austria. It
was constructed in the 12th century as it was first mentioned in
1142 local deed. Hohenburg auf Rosenberg Castle was captured during a series
of conflicts between Habsburg Emperor Frederick III and Counts of
Gorz over lands left after death of Count Ulrich II of Celje. Troops
of the Holy Roman Empire captured Hohenburg auf Rosenberg Castle and
demolished its defenses so it won't be used again.
it lies abandoned in ruins. The most prominent feature of Hohenburg auf Rosenberg Castle
is a Baroque church of Saint Mary constructed in 1707. This small
white building with a bell tower served as a site for pilgrimage for
centuries by people from all around Europe.