Itter Castle

Local nameSchloss Itter
LocationKitzbühel, Austria

Itter Castle is a 19th-century castle in Itter, a village in Tyrol, Austria. During World War II, it was turned into a Nazi prison for French VIPs and was the site of an extraordinary instance of the U.S. Army, German Wehrmacht, Austrian Resistance, and the prisoners themselves fighting side-by-side against the Waffen-SS in the Battle for Castle Itter.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itter_Castle

Official Website https://tibs.at/burgen/burgen_schlosser_tirol/itter.htm

Address 1 Schlossweg, Itter 6305, Austria

Coordinates 47°28'13.587" N 12°8'22.076" E

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