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Chateau Radibor, 2 rooms on the back entrance
Germany

Radibor chateau, manor houses since 1221. Water-Castle. Moat available but drained. The chateau was built over several times. Since the departure of the Sorbian Teachers Institute, which since 1964 has been a resident there, the condition deteriorated dramatically. Since 2010, the swiss architectural and cultural entrepreneurs Erwin Feurer an behalf of the International Burnout Fund owner of the chateau.

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Uploaded: 31/01/2011
Updated: 22/08/2014
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