Gasthaus zum Löwen with the entrance portal, which may have come from the castle
|Creation time :||1300 to 1400|
|Castle type :||Hilltop castle|
|Standing position :||Nobles, counts|
|Place:||Sinsheim - rows|
The castle rows is an abandoned hilltop castle at on the Hühnerberg (field name "Schlossäcker") behind the church of the current district row of the city of Sinsheim in the Rhein-Neckar district in Baden-Württemberg .
The castle was built by the Lords of Rows in the 14th century and mentioned in the 15th century. In the 15th century the castle was owned by the lords of Neipperg and the lords of Venningen . Nothing has survived from the former castle complex, except for the entrance portal, which is said to have been attached to the Gasthaus zum Löwen.
- Hartmut Riehl: Castles and palaces in the Kraichgau . Verlag Regionalkultur, Ubstadt-Weiher 1997, ISBN 3-929366-51-7 , p. 12.