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Schloss Hotel Rosenegg, Fieberbrunn

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2 : Schloss Hotel Rosenegg
3 : Fieberbrunn
4 : Salzburg
5 : Innsbruck
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7 : Rattenburg
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SCHLOSSHOTEL ROSENEGG - from the hotel website (edited):
The first record of Rosenegg dates back to 1187. Since then the Schloss Rosenegg has had to withstand many threats and has participated in and formed a lively history.

Famous people have been guests at the hotel such as the Grand Duchesse Margarethe Maultasch and Napoleon. The Rosenberg barons reigned from the sixteenth century to 1760 and were in constant contact with Nostradamus, their good friend. Much of their written correspondence remains to this day.

The Baron created the Pillersee Iron and Steel Works which contributed significantly to the development of Fieberbrunn. The 'German Sword' and the entire Habsburg lance weapons collection were produced in the Pillersee Valley. After religious troubles between Catholics and Protestants, the Rosenbergs fled the country. In 1938 the castle was converted into an hotel which has been in the possession of the Eberhardt family for three generations.

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Entrance hall, main staircase to dining rooms, and small dining area at Schloss Hotel Rosenegg (left and below)



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View from the small dining area (left)

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One of the comfortable lounges in the hotel (right)

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The foyer and, in the background, the bar at Schloss Hotel Rosenegg.

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More recent extensions to Schloss Hotel Rosenegg.

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