3D model of a Renaissance castle in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It was originally built in the 17th century as a residence for Prince Bishop Theodor von Fürstenberg. During the Second World War, the castle was used by the Nazi SS as a cultural and spiritual centre where Heinrich Himmler implemented his visions of a 'new age' for the Third Reich. Himmler had plans to turn Wewelsburg into an "SS Camelot" and make it the main centre of power for the SS. Unique features of the castle include the triangular shape of the main tower and the crypt, which was used for mystical SS ceremonies. Today the castle is a museum and memorial to the victims of Nazi terror.
3D model based on the original dimensions of a real building.
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