Martinsburg, with its hexagonal keep, was built at the end of the 14th
century on the banks of the Rhine and was once a toll castle. This
picturesque ensemble was erected at the same time as the town
fortifications. The pointed-arch gateway in the east wall still displays
a small defence gallery with a coat of arms. Further elements of the
building and towers were added between the 14th and the 18th centuries.
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The castle is private property and cannot be visited. You can visit the gardens.