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Baderteich Ronneburg
Germany

The "Baderteich" is the biggest of four ponds of the Ronneburg city. The tower of the Ronneburg Castle is clearly visible.

Castle Ronneburg description of the official website (german)

Baderteich description of the official website (german)

Ronneburg (german wikipedia article)

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Uploaded: 25/08/2012
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