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About: Mespelbrunn Castle is a moated castle on the territory of the town of Mespelbrunn, between Frankfurt and Würzburg, built in a tributary valley of the Elsava valley, within the Spessart forest. The main building of Mespelbrunn Castle is built on an almost square base on the eastern side of a lake. Today, Mespelbrunn Castle is still owned by the family of the Counts of Ingelheim, who live in the southern wing of the castle. The site is open to the public and is a popular tourist attraction.
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