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Netherlands-Sint Oedenrode-Laan van Henkenshage-Kasteel Henkenhage
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Castle Henkenshage probably dates from the 14th century. it lies in Sint-Oedenrode a town in the province of Brabant. Nowadays the castle is used for parties and weddings.
Copyright: Harry Zelfontspanner
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Uploaded: 02/08/2012
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Tags: netherlands; sint oedenrode; laan van henkenshage; kasteel henkenhage; castle
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