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Doorwerth Castle
Netherlands

The entrance to the old castle of Doorwerth, along the river Rhine near Arnhem in The Netherlands. The castle dates back to the thirteenth century and is still in good condition It was severely damaged during WW-II but has been restored completely.

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Uploaded: 03/03/2011
Updated: 11/08/2014
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Tags: doorwerth; castle; old; heritage; exterior; rhine
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