The Fröhlich tower in Mals

Between the 12th and the 13th centuries, the new village is built – home to the Court since the 14th century, that holds the title of count. The remains of the circular tower, consisting of regular layers of stone, is still standing. The original battlements, however, have collapsed. On the walls, you can see a series of holes used for hosting the support beams of a gangway running at about half the height of the tower. An internal wooden staircase leads to the observation deck.

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