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Burgruine Stapelburg
Germany

The settlement developed in the 16th century at the foot of the Stapelburg Castle. First mentioned in a 1306 deed as a property of the Counts of Wernigerode, it was meant to protect the road to the City of Goslar near the border with the Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg.

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