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Schloss Deutschkreutz

Built in 1625, this oppulent Renaissance palace, which has been protected in the framework of the Hague Convention on the Protection of Cultural Property since 1971, was bought in 1966 by artist Anton Lehmden, who kept restoring it until his death in 2018. Today, it presents itself in new glamour.

Lehmden Museum - Barbara Lehmden

Lehmden Museum - Barbara Lehmden

Lehmden Museum - Barbara Lehmden

Lehmden Museum - Barbara Lehmden

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Deutschkreutz Palace is located in Central Burgenland, was purchased by artist Anton Lehmden in 1966 and still belongs to his family.

Built by Hungarian Count Paul Nadasdy in 1625 and designed in the Italian Renaissance style, it shows off its rich history with lots of intricate stucco work.

Formerly surrounded by a moat, the Palace symbolises the mix between manor house, castle and farmyard so typical for this border region and was built as a four-winged compound with a rectangular courtyard with arcades.