|Alternative name (s):||Hohenwarth|
|Creation time :||1150 to 1200|
|Castle type :||Höhenburg, summit location|
|Standing position :||Nobles, ministerials, clericals|
The Postal wax rock , even Hohenwarth called, is an Outbound hilltop castle on a rock outcrop in 520 meters, 90 meters above the valley of the White rain in the municipality Hohenwarth in Upper Palatinate district of Cham in Bavaria .
From 1178 the Hohenwarther family is proven to be the ministerial of the Margraves of Cham and their ancestral seat until the end of the 14th century. The castle then came into the possession of the Rott Monastery .
- Bernhard Ernst: Castle construction in the southeastern Upper Palatinate from the early Middle Ages to the early modern period, Volume 2: Catalog . Publishing house Dr. Faustus, Büchenbach 2003, ISBN 3-933474-20-5 , pp. 138-141.