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Pavillon-Ruine Im Park Hohenrode Nordhausen
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Panorama Pavillon-Ruine Im Park Hohenrode Nordhausen

Der Gartenpavillon im Park Hohenrode wurde 1874 von Ludwig Bohnstedt erbaut und ist heute durch Vandalismus fast vollständig zerstört.

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Uploaded: 30/10/2011
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Tags: pavillon-ruine; ruine; park; park hohenrode; nordhausen; hdr; historisch
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