Sinwell Tower Kaiserburg Nuremberg

Sinwell Tower Imperial Palace Nuremberg
Oil painting of the Sinwell Tower (Sinwellturm) in the Imperial Castle (Kaiserburg) of Nuremberg. German stonemasons built Sinwell Tower in the second half of the 13th century. Also “Sin” in Middle High German means “extremely round”. The Kaiserburg sits on a rocky outcrop, and consequently has a 360º view of the city. Oils on canvas panel 30.5 cm high by 22.9 cm wide by 0.3 cm deep approximately. For more detail on the palace, see