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Doorwerth Castle
Netherlands

The old castle near the village of Doorwerth seen from the inner courtyard, Holland. The large tree is the oldest (over 400 years) Robinia tree in the country.

Copyright: Coos Dam
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Uploaded: 03/03/2011
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