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Deutschordenskommende, Palais Sickingen, Freiburg, Breisgau
Baden-Wuerttemberg

This impressive building was once the seat of the "Deutscher Orden", a gathering-place of the knights of the German Order. More ordinarily used today as court-rooms. The white building opposite is the Palais Sickingen. Nowadays used as a court-building too.

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Uploaded: 28/01/2012
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Tags: deutschordenskommende; gericht; court; palais sickingen; freiburg; breisgau
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