Neuschwanstein Castle (English: New Swan Stone Castle German: Schloss Neuschwanstein) the full name of Neuschwanstein Castle, is late 19th-century building, located in southwest Bavaria, Germany, near Hohenschwangau Castle earlier era (Schloss Hohenschwangau, also known as the old Neuschwanstein), about 4 km from Füssen (Fussen) town, not far from the German border with Austria.
Neuschwanstein Castle is a symbol of Germany, as is the prototype of the Disney castle, it was called Snow White Castle. Was built in 1869. The castle is one of the palace of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. A total of 360 rooms, of which only 14 rooms completed in accordance with the design, the other 346 rooms is because the king died in 1886 but not completed. In Germany is subject to the most photographed buildings, is one of the most popular tourist attractions.