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Husum Castle/Palace

Despite Husum's remoteness, surrounded by the stormy sea, wide marshes, and dunes, the city used to be a major seaport and administrative center. The Husum Castle, which was originally built as a Renaissance mansion in the late 16th century, was transformed in 1752 by the dukes of Gottorf into a redbrick baroque country palace.

Castle/Palace Historical

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König-Friedrich V.-Allee
Husum, Schleswig-Holstein  25813, Germany

- 04841 - 2545

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: €5, Closed Mon. Mar.–Oct., and weekdays Nov.–Feb.

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