Plassenburg Castle, a fortress and residence for the Hohenzollerns, in Kulmbach, Germany.


Coat of Arms of Kulmbach

Kulmbach is a city in Upper Franconia that is known for Plassenburg Castle, one of Germanys greatest Renaissance castles. At times it was a residence of the Hohenzollern and now houses the German Tin Soldier Museum. South of the city, the River Main begins at the confluence of the White Main and the Red Main.