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  • Bryan Miller

    Sketch for Falkenstein Castle by Christian Jank, 1883. "Falkenstein was the last project of King Ludwig of Bavaria - the ruins of a medieval castle, west of Neuschwanstein and perched a thousand feet higher on an even more spectacular mountain crag, that he planned to rebuild in mock-Gothic splendour. Though the royal purse was almost empty, the King vexed a succession of Court Architects by rejecting any attempt at practicality or economizing.

  • Pavel Voronin

    Christian Jank: сoncept for Falkenstein Castle (circa 1883). The project was never realized as Ludwig II, who ordered it in the first place, died in 1886. Jank, who worked predominantly as a theatric scenic painter, also drew the designs that inspired Ludwig's most famous palace, Neuschwanstein Castle.

  • Jokkaby Jokkaby

    castle, fantasy, illustration, ludwig bayern bavaria, neuschwanstein, tower - inspiring picture on Favim.com

  • Rae Hachton

    This is sorta what Nevermore- the main castle would look like, except the entire structure would be black, and the sky would be ebony/purple/with clouds everywhere and a roaring ocean below. night time all the time. Way up on a mountain somewhere, in an unknown place/location. Magical Fairytale/Heaven for Goths.

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