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Castle Strechau - Bridge
Österreich

Wikipedia:

Die Burg Strechau oder auch Schloss Strechau genannt. Sie liegt im Ortsgebiet der Gemeinde Lassing im Ortsteil Burgfried und ist die zweitgrößte Burg der Steiermark.

Copyright: Jan Koehn
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Hochgeladen: 23/07/2011
Aktualisiert: 30/05/2014
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