Obernburg / Germany
Obernburg is a town in the district of Miltenberg located at the mouth of the Mümling in the Main at the foot of the Odenwald.
Since 1990, Obernburg has been part of the Franconian Red Wine Hiking Trail.
The Roman Museum is dedicated to the traces of Roman settlement in Obernburg and its surroundings. The Eisenbacher Heimatmuseum is housed in the former new town hall of the district.
Worth seeing are the remains of the fortifications (in particular the Upper Gate, the Almos Tower and the Round Tower), the Town Hall and the Anna Chapel as well as the Baroque Church in Eisenbach.
Schloss Mespelbrunn is located in a secretive Spessart valley, between Frankfurt am Main and Würzburg. The castle was also known as a shooting location for the film "The inn in Spessart". Due to its hidden position, the castle survived all wars unharmed and has been preserved in its original form.