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Mairie de Bazemont
France

Bazemont has a very prety towncenter around a small Castle built by Charles d'O in the XVI century. It was later transformed, but you can still identify the orginal building.

Copyright: Frambert Huchtker
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Resolution: 11844x5922
Subida: 18/11/2013
Actualizado: 28/03/2014
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