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The castle grounds are composed of the castle itself, which includes the castle tower (2nd half of the 13th century), the castle chapel (end of the 14th century), the palace (originally Gothic, peripheral walls from the 2nd half of the 13th century, Renaissance modifications from the 1530ís), fortifications (fragment of the Gothic castle walls, preserved modifications from around 1526), the residential western wing (1545-1560) with partitions (from the 1st half of the 16th century) including entrance gate structures and the adjacent single-floor transverse wing, the building on the west side of the grounds, the building of the former clock museum on the eastern side of the grounds, the building with the entrance staircase to the castle palace, and the castle park (1907-1909

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