Here are three views of Schloss Landeck, the castle on the south side of Landeck and along the Inn River. The image at left is from just above the river, the middle is from the west side of the river's canyon, and the third is from a meadow above and to the southwest of Landeck.

        First constructed in the thirteenth century, the castle was built further in 1530 by the Emperor Maximilian. Built to guard the southwestern approach to Tirol, it today houses a museum. We'll see the castle again, if only from a distance, at our next stop.

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