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Aachen - Frankenberger District - Castle Frankenberg - Frankenburg - Children's Playground
Aachen

This panorama shows the Castle Frankenberg (Frankenburg) on the street corner Bismarckstraße, Goffartstraße and Haßlerstraße in the famous Frankenberger district in Aachen, Germany. In the Bismarckstraße you can see a lot of nice art nouveau houses. The Frankenburg is sourounded by a park area with a new children's playground and a baseball and football ground and meeting point of young and old people. On the street corner you can see a advertising pillar. In the Bismarckstraße you can find a ice cream parlor, restaurants, bakeries, pubs, a beer garden, supermarkets, a magazine stand and other little shops.

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