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Kulmbach is a beautiful city located in the Kulmbach district, Upper Franconia administrative region, in the Bavaria state of Germany. Kulmbach has in present a population of almost 27,000 residents living on an area of 93 square kilometers. Kulmbach is the capital of the district and hosts the most important points of interest in the area. Near the city, the Main River separates in two headstreams, White Main and Red Main. The history of Kulmbach starts in 1028 when it was first mentioned in documents as Kulma. Among the famous people born in the city through the years there are included a San Francisco businessman named John Charles Meussdorffer, priest Kaspar Preyel, artist Sigmund Theophil Staden and TV chef Alexander Hermann. If you plan visiting Kulmbach, there are some attractions that you should not miss.

Top Attractions within Kulmbach

Plassenburg is a beautiful castle located in Kulmbach. It is a landmark of the city and one of the most impressive castles in the country. The exact date when the building was finalized is not known, but the castle is mentioned in documents in the early 12th century by a count named Berthold II de Andechs. Inside the castle you can admire a great collection of military artifacts.

Badhaus is the Public Bath House of Kulmbach. It is one of eight German public baths that was scientifically researched. All the interiors of the building were restored to give the impression that it is a public bath of the Middle Ages. In the same building you can admire an art gallery filled with works of art of the local artists.

Bayerisches Brauerei und Backereimuseum or the Bavarian Brewery and Bakery Museum is depicting the 600 years history of beer brewing in Kulmbach. If you take a guided tour in the museum, at the end of it you will receive a small glass filled with the beer that is still produced in this location.