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Hässelby medieval castle in Sweden.
Sweden

Hässelby castle. A medival castle in Sweden. Renowned for it´s cobblestone courtyard. Today owned by swedish singer/songwriter Tomas Ledin.

Copyright: Ingemar Edfalk
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Uploaded: 12/06/2011
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: castle; knight; yard; manor; medieval; building; historical; sweden
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