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Abbey Monastery Rolduc
Germany

The Abbey of Rolduc is a place well-guarded in history. some 700 years ago the church was buit, and 300 years later, the rest of the abbey was built around it. Today most places are open for public.

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Uploaded: 15/10/2012
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