The palace in Bad Urach is the only surviving late medieval residential palace in Württemberg. It is a place where some of the most important counts and dukes operated. Urach is worth a second and third look, in search of hidden treasures.
A life-like portrayal
The likeness shows Count Heinrich von Württemberg, who died at the Hohenurach fortress after years of captivity.
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