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Hohensalzburg Castle Puzzle Game
Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats
00 : 15
00 : 51
Easy Puzzle Time Stats
01 : 11
03 : 29
Normal Puzzle Time Stats
03 : 20
12 : 45
Hard Puzzle Time Stats
05 : 50
39 : 55
Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats
10 : 52
52 : 06
Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats
29 : 00
2 : 10 : 03
About The Hohensalzburg Castle Jigaw Puzzle:
Hohensalzburg castle is one of the largest medieval castles in Europe. It is located in the Austrian city of Salzburg, atop the Festungsberg mountain. Construction of the fortress began in 1077 under Archbishop Gebhard von Helfenstein. The ring walls and towers were built in 1462 under Prince-Archbishop Burkhard II von Weißpriach. Prince-Archbishop Leonhard von Keutschach during his term from 1495 until 1519 further expanded the castle. In the 19th century, it was used as barracks, storage depot and dungeon before being abandoned as a military outpost in 1861. Hohensalzburg castle was refurbished from the late 19th century onwards and became a major tourist attraction with the Festungsbahn cable car, opened in 1892, leading up from the town to the Hasengrabenbastei. It stands today as one of the best preserved castles in Europe.
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