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Albrechtsburg Meissen in Saxony/Germany
Germany

The Albrechtsburg and the Catherdral are located in Meissen, Saxony in Germany. Apart from the interesting historical centre the buildings on the hill are a statuory example of 15th century architecture. The Albrechtsburg also was the site for the first porcelain manufactory in Europe beginning operations in 1709. Check out the entry from Sep 30 2012 for more liner notes and how to information on my blog.

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