Only ruins, hidden in the forest on the hill above the church remind us of what was once the mighty Castle of Fram. History sources tell that the castle was first mentioned in 1335 as Vraunhaym. It had many different owners.
In 1635 it was besieged and plundered by rebellious farmers, it burned down in 18th century, and met its final demise at the beginning of 19th century. After World War I the property with the remains of the castle was bought by Kragl–a priest and a historian that lived in Fram. The descriptions of the castle and Vischer’s depiction speak of its former glory. It was surrounded by a defence wall and towers. The manor house was located in the direct proximity of the hill.
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