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Hartenfels Castle is a magnificent Renaissance castle in the city of Torgau in the Free State of Saxony.
When the Saxon dynasty of the Wettin split in 1485 at the Leipzig division in two lines, fell the previous main residence, the Albrechtsburg in Meissen, in the possession of the Albertine line of Wettin. Elector Friedrich III. and his successors later had the castle Hartenfels expanded into the new main residence of the Ernestine line in Torgau. The palace building was begun in the 15th century by Konrad Pflüger, a pupil of Arnold von Westfalen, and continued in the 16th century by Konrad Krebs. It is the largest completely preserved castle of the early renaissance of Germany
23 de septiembre de 2018
The coat of arms of Electoral Saxony appears on the foreground of the Torgau Elbe Gate, as it has been since the assertion of claims to the United Duchies and the Kleve-Jülich succession dispute; one of three individual coats of arms appears on the back of the Torgau Elbe Gate
22 de febrero de 2021
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