Rudolstadt

Rudolstadt

Rudolstadt (Thuringia Rudel city dialect: Rolschte) is a town in Saalfeld-Rudolstadt in Thuringia, Germany. The former princely residence Rudolstadt is nestled in a wooded valley surrounded and contracts band-like the wide arc of the river Saale along. The town was first mentioned in 776 and since 1326 city law. Your landmark in the Heidecksburg castle that dominates the city. Rudolstadt is known by the Anker stone building sets the company Richter and his porcelain factories (Volkstedt). From 1599 to 1920 it was the capital of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt.

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