Heidelberg culture student. Located on the Neckar River, it is built of reddish brown sandstone and stands quietly on the green hills of the throne. The castle has been built since the 13th century and it took 400 years to complete. During the construction process, the architectural style of the castle has changed with the changes of European cultural periods, forming a perfect combination of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance architectural styles. It is both a city symbol of Heidelberg and a legend in the history of German architecture. Since the 14th century, it has been the official residence of the Palatinate. In the 16th century, voters supported the New Deal reform and participated in the European Thirty Years War. The castle was severely damaged by the French army. After the end of the war, like the "and pro-health" policy in Chinese history, the electorate married his daughter to the Duke of Orleans, the brother of Louis XIV.
The first stop in Heidelberg is the Heidelberg Castle on the top of the hill. The castle was built in the 13th century. It was struck twice in 1537 and 1764. It was severely damaged in the Thirty Years' War and the Great League War. It was twice destroyed by the French. The castle owner chose the Emperor family to move to Manhai. M. Some of the abandoned castles were later restored and rebuilt until the end of the 19th century when the main building was restored and used. Up to now, the unrepaired part is still broken, and some rooms in the upper part only have one outer wall. Therefore, this is a beautiful big castle and a ruined castle ruins.
Many people come to Heidelberg. They are all running in this big barrel. Grosses Fass, because of the war, is the fourth barrel of similar size that was built repeatedly in the castle. Today's barrels were built in 1751 and can hold a total of 221,726 litres. There is also a so-called "Kleines Fass".
Standing on Heidelberg Castle overlooking the entire Heidelberg Old Town and the University of Heidelberg, there is a sense of obsession. The green hills, the green waters of the Neckar River, the remains of the ancient vicissitudes of the old castle, and the old town with steep spires and deep stone paths are like a big picture. What is especially special is the old castle that has been destroyed. It is incomplete and not refined. It tells the story of the years in the broken wall, but it has also been comforted by time. It touches the hearts of the imperfections and still does not lose the wind of the king. It has also become one of the symbols of Heidelberg.
Heidelberg is known as one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. In 1386, the then Electoral Palace announced the creation of a school here. Heidelberg University was established since then and is the first university in Germany. Today it is more like a university town, with students accounting for one-fifth of the city's population. So Heidelberg people are very proud, because in the ancient architectural atmosphere, Heidelberg also has a young heart.
The first place we came to was Heidelberg Castle on the Throne Hill. The castle was built in the 13th century and has been built over 300 years. However, this castle was devastating. In the early 17th century, the electorate of the time supported the Protestant reform, which led to the whole of Heidelberg into a war. The castle was also hit hard. Although it was repaired later, the scale was not as good as before. In the late 17th century, the invasion of the French destroyed the city of Heidelberg, and the castle was once again spared. What I see here is just the ruins of several sides of Heidelberg Castle.
Overlooking the castle garden, the entire Heidelberg has a panoramic view. The new city on the opposite side of the Neckar River is also clearly visible. Several cranes are erected and are being built. Near the old town, the red tile building is patchwork, the torrential water is across it, and the romance is extremely extreme. No wonder Goethe said that he left his heart here.
Heidelberger Schloss is an ancient city built in the thirteenth century on the top of the king's throne. It is a mixture of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance styles. It is the full expression of the German Renaissance. The main entrance of the castle is carved with armored warriors, the central garden has a fountain and four granite columns, surrounded by concert halls, glass halls and other buildings. It was raining in Heidelberg, and the color of the entire castle was deeper and deeper. Looking down from Heidelberg, the Church of the Holy Spirit in the distance is very conspicuous. Built in 1398, this church is a Baroque building with a beautiful minaret. There are burial areas of the Electors of the past, and there are stained glass in the church on the subject of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan.