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West Kent. Hever Castle. Golden Stairs
England

«Золотые ступеньки» Hever Castle, родового замка семейства Болейн... построен в 13 столетии, сейчас им владеет семья Асторов.

Copyright: Victor orlovsky
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Subida: 22/09/2012
Actualizado: 24/09/2012
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