View of the village from Churburg Castle (IT: Castel Coira) in South Tyrol, Italy
Huge set of castle keys
“W” of the door - threefold broken beam logo, part of Coat-of-arms
The armour of the horseman is from 1540. it belongs to a count Trapp
The Churburg armory, the largest private collection of amour in Europe
Hedera (English ivy)
View of the Venosta (Vinschgau) valley, standing at the gate of the Churburg Castle (IT: Castel Coira) in South Tyrol, Italy
Virginia creeper on the wall at the courtyard, Churburg Castle (IT: Castel Coira) in South Tyrol, Italy
Pieces of armor with faces of lion
Sometimes I wish I could climb like a squirrel
The Coat-of-arms of the Counts Trapp on the wall. Bustard (DE) = Trappe.
I love creeper on the wall
The one in red shirt is the oldest armour, dating from 1365. Next to it is a chainmail, from 1390. Both were made for the Matsch family
A big well under the balcony
and there, it’s reached the top!!