Ruine Schaumberg
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Ruine Schaumberg

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This is the ruin of the castle Schaumberg near Eferding in Upperaustria. It is a nice place for trip or a sightseeing tour.

Ruine Schaumberg im Bezirk Eferding in Oberösterreich. Ein schöner Ausflugsplatz.

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