Fossen Fussen is the end of Romantic Avenue and the nearest town to Swan Castle. There is a highland castle on the ridge of the town. You can walk into Hernsburg along the winding stone ramp from the town Guangyuan. When you look at the castle, the window sills and walls of the whole castle are painted, full of fantasy, colorful and three-dimensional, like a picture of a children's story book. The Bell Tower and Chapel in Hernsburg are currently open to visitors. What's worth visiting is that the post-Gothic art works, as well as the amazing sculpture and latticed ceiling hall, are among the best preserved medieval castles in Bavaria.
It would be better to go to the old Swan Castle first and then to the new Swan Castle, because the gap is quite large, the old Swan Castle is a more conservative design, the palace is relatively small, and the outer wall is relatively simple. It is suggested to go from a long way and return from a short way, so it is not so tired.
It's amazing to see that Fusen has a very strong architectural style for a long time. These geniuses make the three-dimensional effect of doors and windows on the outside of the building, which can't be noticed by a close look. It's fascinating. Jokingly speaking, this is the best example of creativity and material saving. Although we arrived late, we could not enter the building after 16:00, but the most attractive appearance. Buildings are satisfying and completely free.
Hornsburg, also known as the Palace of Howe or the Summer Palace of the Bishop, used to be the resting place of the Archbishop here. Now it is the place where the Fossen Municipal Museum of Art and the Bavarian Collection of Paintings are in charge. Museum contains many sculptures, murals, oil paintings and porcelain for everyone to enjoy, decoration is also extremely luxurious, it is worth coming.
As a Gothic building, Haynesburg was once the residence of the Archbishop of Augsburg. It exhibited religious art paintings and sculptures of the 15th and 16th centuries, including sculptures, murals, oil paintings, decorations, utensils and so on, with exquisite and luxurious decoration.
The architectural style is unique and shocking, and the attractions are free of charge. There are also paintings outside the scenic spots, showing the three-dimensional effect of doors and windows. You can't visit it after 16 o'clock. Overall, it's representative.
Compared with Ludwig II, who built his castle on a high hill in pursuit of aesthetic solitude, his father obviously knew more about life. His castle is close to the mountains and rivers, easily sitting in the embrace of the earth. It's a good angle to see the castle by boating in the Alps Lake.