Hausgrund Oybin view from bottom of rock to ruin castle

The Panorama was shot in a dry fish-pond on the bottom of oybin-rock in South-East Saxony, Germany. All around is forest, lot of trees and fresh air. If you look up, you can see the picturesquely situated mediaevil castle ruin "Oybin". where King Charles IV lived from time to time.  

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