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Entrance of Bergh Castle
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Entrance of Bergh Castle with two gates on both sides of the water. On one side you can see the Bergh Castle, on the other side there is an catholic church in the historic centre of the village 's-Heerenberg. The castle is open for public but not for free.
Copyright: Michel geven
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Uploaded: 13/04/2013
Updated: 15/07/2014
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Tags: poort; kasteel; castle; bergh; huis bergh; kasteel huis bergh; achterhoek; ingang; entrance; kerk; church; gracht; gelderland; brug; bridge; opengesteld; open for public
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