Achkarren

Achkarren is part of the town of Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl, a small town in the German Kaiserstuhl region, and is located in the southernmost part of the town.wikipedia
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Kaiserstuhl (Baden-Württemberg)

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Achkarren is part of the town of Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl, a small town in the German Kaiserstuhl region, and is located in the southernmost part of the town.

Höhingen Castle

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During the construction of the castle Hoehingen on the Schlossberg (Castle Mountain) high about the village an accident occurred.
Höhingen Castle (Burg Hoehingen) is a castle built in the Early Middle Ages on the top of the Schlossberg, a hill, above the town Achkarren, a part of the city of Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald in Baden-Württemberg in Germany.

Vogtsburg

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Achkarren is part of the town of Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl, a small town in the German Kaiserstuhl region, and is located in the southernmost part of the town.

Germany

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Achkarren is part of the town of Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl, a small town in the German Kaiserstuhl region, and is located in the southernmost part of the town.

Rhine

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The valley of Achkarren faces west and is 5 km from the Rhine river and 7 km from Breisach.

Breisach

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The valley of Achkarren faces west and is 5 km from the Rhine river and 7 km from Breisach.

Cloister

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The first documented reference of Achkarren happened in 1064 AD when the village was given to the cloister of Ottmarsheim (a small Town in Alsace) by King Heinrich IV.

Alsace

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The first documented reference of Achkarren happened in 1064 AD when the village was given to the cloister of Ottmarsheim (a small Town in Alsace) by King Heinrich IV.

Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor

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The first documented reference of Achkarren happened in 1064 AD when the village was given to the cloister of Ottmarsheim (a small Town in Alsace) by King Heinrich IV.

Alemanni

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The omnipresent wine terraces might have first been established during the settlement by the Alemanni from 260 AD on.

German Peasants' War

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A first destruction of the castle happened 1525 during the German Peasants' War.

Thirty Years' War

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After rebuilding the final destruction happened during the Thirty Years' War.

Kaiser

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The Kaiser's catholic troops destroyed it once they could not hold up the attack from the Swedes.

War of the Spanish Succession

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This siege was part of the War of the Spanish Succession.

History of the world

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In the chaos of wars between the late medieval and modern times, Achkarren as well as its neighboring towns of Ihringen and Breisach were several times part of France for some years.

France

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In the chaos of wars between the late medieval and modern times, Achkarren as well as its neighboring towns of Ihringen and Breisach were several times part of France for some years.

Vineyard

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The vineyards of Achkarren are considered part of the best in Germany.

Pinot gris

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In particular the local Ruländer or Grauburgunder (Pinot grigio) respectively is famous.

Upper Rhine Plain

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Besides wine making, tourism as well as small industrial park in the Rhine Rift are the main businesses of the village.

List of castles in Baden-Württemberg

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Üsenberg Castle

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As a replacement, the lords of Üsenberg obtained the Höhingen Castle near Achkarren.