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Haus bodelschwingh Dortmund
Germany

House Bodelschwingh, in Dortmund, germany,

sitting on top of oaklogs,this moated castle is over 800 years old and still in the family of the Bodelschwings who are one of the oldest familys of dortmund.the castle is totally private but photos are allowed from the pathway away from the main farm.shot just after sunset

Copyright: Brian Dwyer
Type: Cylindrical
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Uploaded: 25/04/2013
Updated: 29/04/2013
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Tags: hause; bodelschwingh; dortmund; germany; german; houses; castles; briandwyer; briandwyerphoto
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