The title is a bit odd, isn't it?
The adjective 'longest' is rather improper to describe a castle I feel. What do you say?
However, the purpose of this blog post is not to question the English but to introduce to you the longest castle in Europe-the continent that offers places to see than any other continents in the world. Probably, Africa comes second to my mind.
Where is the longest castle in Europe?
This castle is known as Burghausen castle and it lies 110km from Munich, overlooking the Salzach river. The castle has six linked courtyards, and extends for a little over a kilometer along the river ridge.
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