Laupen Castle (German: Schloss Laupen) is a castle in the municipality of Laupen of the Canton of Bern in Switzerland. It is a Swiss heritage site of national significance.
Laupen Castle was built in the 10th-13th centuries as part of a line of imperial castles along the Sense and Saane rivers, which meet at Laupen. The castle was built with a keep, main tower, and ring wall on a sandstone spur above the Sense river.
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