Schlossruine Pottendorf - From Osten, Austria
Schlossruine Pottendorf is a ruined castle situated in Pottendorf, Austria. It was originally built in the 14th century as a residence of the noble family. The ruin offers a magnificent view of the surrounding landscape, with the nearby forest and rolling hills to the north, and the Danube to the south. The ruin is particularly interesting since it was never completed or fully restored, providing an insight into the history of the castle’s construction and adaptation over the years. The castle is popular among local visitors for its rich history and different events that take place within its walls. Visitor’s can also explore the castle’s tunnels, the romantic gardens and climbing the closest tower. As a bonus, those who visit will get a chance to explore the nearby historic village, visit some nearby cafés, or take a tour of the Kemenate.