Vurberk Castle

The castle stands on a strategically important hill above the river Drava. Today it is in ruins, since only the Renaissance fortification and the wall with towers and the entrance with the Renaissance portal, where the Vurberk coat of arms with a worm or a dragon is still visible, are preserved. During the Second World War, the Germans converted the castle into a Nazi political school, and in February 1945 the Allies bombed and severely damaged it.