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In the Garden Stockalper Castle – Brig
Switzerland

The Garden Stockalper Castle, built in Baroque style, is composed of roses, vines and fountains, located in the center of Brig in Switzerland, Europe. The Stockalper Castle was built between 1658 and 1678, in baroque style, by Kaspar von Jodok Stockalper,a very powerful family, who made the castle his residence

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