Hinterer Buberg tower hill
|Hinterer Buberg tower hill|
|Creation time :||probably 12th century|
|Castle type :||Hill castle, moth|
|Place:||Weißdorf - Castle - "Bugberg"|
The Tower Hill Rear Buberg is an Outbound medieval hilltop castle from the type of a motte (moth) on the Bugberg about 350 m north of the town center in the bow , in the municipality of White village in the district of Hof in Bavaria .
Traces of the terrain are visible in the forest of the former moth enclosure , which was probably founded in the 12th century . It is a circular moat with a dome inside. The tower hill was probably located on an old road and, in terms of settlement history, belonged to Bug or Oppenroth .
- Denis André Chevalley (arr.): Upper Franconia . Ed .: Michael Petzet , Bavarian State Office for the Preservation of Monuments (= Monuments in Bavaria . Volume IV ). Oldenbourg, Munich 1986, ISBN 3-486-52395-3 .
- Entry on Hinterer Buberg in the private database "Alle Burgen".