Heidelberg Castle is a ruin in Germany and landmark of Heidelberg. The castle ruins are among the most important Renaissance structures north of the Alps.
Heidelberg Castle's Elizabeth gate, built by Frederick V, Elector Palatine for his newly married wife, the English king's daughter Elizabeth Stuart
Heidelberg Castle overlooking the old town and Neckar river
Heidelberg Palace Hirschgraben (Westwall [ca.1520], Englischer Bau [1612-1614], Bibliotheksbau [ca.1520])
Analogaufnahme 16.04.2000, Kamera: Pentax SuperA
#24 - Statue Neptune in the Hortus Palatinus, Heidelberg Palace, Germany
#55 - Beauty is in the eye of the beholder Heidelberg Castle - The powder turret was destroyed by the French in 1693.
At Heidelberg Castle Heidelberg Germany
* Heidelberg-Panorama-36-B Heidelberg Palace
TRULY ROMANTIC: THE WORLD-FAMOUS RUINS
Heidelberg faces It broke my heart that this was an architectural cartouche in Schloss Heidelberg, and not the queen's magic mirror from "Snow White."
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Heidelberg at night Shot from the Philosophenweg.
Heidelberg Panorama Stitched from 7 frames. Please see the large version (1024 px wide) or the 36 megapixel original.
Heidelberg at dusk panorama At left, the ruin of the Palace, destroyed by the French in 1689 and 1693. Below, the old town with the Old Bridge.
Stitched from 7 frames. See it 1024 px wide or the 30-megapixel original.
Heidelberg Castle ruin
Heidelberg Castle, one of the most important Renaissance structures north of the Alps
Heidelberg Palace One of the grandest palaces of the Renaissance, this palace was the residence of "prince electors" of Palatine.