The stone gate in this puzzle, called the Jerusalem Gate or "lower gate", is one of the entrances to the medieval stronghold in Büdingen (a town in the Wetteraukreis, in Hesse, Germany). Since 1442 the masters of Büdingen have been known as Grafen of Isenburg-Büdingen. After a local war, Graf Ludwig II built an enormous new defensive wall with 22 towers around the old stronghold between 1480 and 1510. These walls are still nearly complete and they are one of the most important medieval strongholds in Germany.
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Red hot camp fire sparks flying around in the night.
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