Take a tour of Johannisburg Castle in Aschaffenburg, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
On the banks of the river Main, in Aschaffenburg, Germany is the Johannisburg Castle.
Rebuilt in the early 17th century after a consuming fire, this geometric red palace is the city's greatest landmark.
The castle is built in a square design, with a tower on every corner.
Just visible over the walls is the keep from the old castle which was destroyed in 1552.
The Johannisburg Castle grounds feature a beautiful garden and peaceful views of the river.
The castle now serves as the home of three museums, a carillon, a restaurant, beautiful chapel, and expansive library.