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“Dating back to the 14th century”
Review of Iron Maiden Tower

Iron Maiden Tower
Reviewed 17 September 2012

Also called Spilhaybl, playhall Originally a 14th century castle tower which was part of the city fortifications, its current appearance dates back to 1612, four floors, the originally access was on the first floor. The name is derived from "Iron Virgin", the instrument of torture, which was allegedly located inside and is the subject of various legends. Today the Tower houses a restaurant bearing the same name.

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