Menor Castle | Schaffhausen's secret shooting point
Menor Castle is located at the highest point in the city of Schaffhausen, is a symbol of Schaffhausen. The ring fortress was built between 1564 and 1589 and was designed by Albrecht Drer. In the city, you can see the wide view from a unique perspective. At 9 o'clock every night, the Munot Sentinel, who lives in the tower, will ring the Munot Bell, a sign that the town gate and the tavern are closed.
This was not the focus of this trip. Under the nameless insistence, we climbed the long ladder leading to the castle, and there were endless grape fields on both sides. As the height increased, the field of vision became wider and wider, and later I basically ran wildly. The Menor Castle has an inconspicuous small door that instantly falls into the dark after entering. Different from other beautifully decorated castles, all of them are unadorned stones, but they show a unique feature. Ethan's flash of light, with a stack of books, created a beautiful photo of us. Everyone must not know that we are creating the danger of "wet body".