Asenheim moated castle
|Asenheim moated castle|
|Alternative name (s):||Esenheim|
|Creation time :||around 1424|
|Castle type :||Höhenburg, moated castle|
|Standing position :||Clerical|
The moated castle Asenheim , also called Esenheim , is an abandoned moated castle on a hill five kilometers north-northeast of the city of Riedlingen , southeast of the Esendorfer Wald in the Baden-Württemberg district of Biberach .
The former moated castle, surrounded by a circular moat , was mentioned in 1424 as owned by the Zwiefalten monastery . The castle hill with a diameter of 20 meters is still preserved from the former castle complex.
- Stefan Uhl: Castles, palaces and aristocratic residences in the Biberach district (= local history sheets for the Biberach district. Vol. 9, special issue 1, ). Biberacher Verlagsdruckerei, Biberach an der Riß 1986, pp. 5-67.
- Entry on Wasserburg Asenheim in the private database "Alle Burgen".