Château de Beurthé/Château de Steinbach/Steinbach Castle

Steinbach Castle

Have you ever just got in the car and driven without any particular destination, just driven along the streets to see what the chance will offer you.

Thus, I found such forgotten places as Deiffelt with the closed Chapelle Saint-Lambert from 1851,

Eglise Saint-Lambert, Deiffelt

Eglise Saint-Lambert, Deiffelt (2)

looking quite abandoned and neglected.

Eglise Saint-Lambert, Deiffelt (3)

Eglise Saint-Lambert, Deiffelt (4)

Eglise Saint-Lambert, Deiffelt (5)

Eglise Saint-Lambert, Deiffelt (6)

And the village of Weisten with its 18th-century Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

Kapelle zum Hl. Herzen Jesu, Weisten

High altar from the second half of the 18th century.

Kapelle zum Hl. Herzen Jesu, Weisten (2)

Kapelle zum Hl. Herzen Jesu, Weisten (3)

Statue of St. Pankratius from the second half of the 17th century.

Kapelle zum Hl. Herzen Jesu, Weisten (4)

Haus Sirves, Weisten

Haus Sirves, Weisten (2)

And its House Sirves from 1600 AD.

Well Steinbach, I didn’t find by chance. The settlement and the castle are closely linked to (owned by) a noble family, that we already know – Steinbach Family that we met in Malmedy.

Chateau de Steinbach.jpg

The castle built in 1750 by an Austrian architect originated in the 11th century.

Chateau de Steinbach (2).jpg

And it is still a private property. Therefore, I managed to take pictures of it only from afar.

Chateau de Steinbach (3).jpg

Chateau de Steinbach (4)

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