Welf Castle with the mu­ni­cip­al mu­seum in Hann. Münden/Weser Up­lands


Originally a Gothic building, the Welf Castle burnt down in 1560 and was rebuilt by Duke Erich I in the style of the Weser Renaissance. Two Renaissance chambers have been preserved in their original state. They are adorned with beautiful, extensive murals which are unique in this form in Germany.