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Hall of Liberation
Bavaria

The Hall of Liberation, was built high above the Danube and the Altmühl in the years 1842 - 1863 by order of King Ludwig I. on the Michelsberg near Kelheim. It recalls the liberation wars against Napoleon in the years 1813 - 1815

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Uploaded: 04/06/2011
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