Parsberg in Upper Palatinate, Bavaria

Parsberg is a municipality in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 23 km southeast of Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, and 33 km northwest of Regensburg, directly on Autobahn 3, which is the main route from Nuremberg to Regensburg (and then on into Austria. It was formerly the seat of the Counts of Parsberg, whose coat of arms is now used by the city.

One of the sights in this municipality is Parsberg Castle and museum. It is only open on Sundays or by appointment. Parsberg also has a beautiful medieval church. The city of Lupburg and the U.S. Army installation at Hohenfels are nearby. In addition to these, numerous castles and ruins are in the area.

The Parsberg Castle and Museum is that building on top of the hill. The pink building on the left side is the Apotheke or the drug store and the blue building on the right side is Raiffeisenbank, one of the banks in Parsberg,

 
 

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