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Pole panorama of Bergh Castle
Netherlands
Pole panorama of the Castle of Bergh with the restaurant visible. This castle is completely restored and open for public on some days. It's located in an historic centre of the village 's-Heerenberg and worth visiting.
Copyright: Michel geven
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 10976x5248
Uploaded: 13/04/2013
Updated: 15/04/2013
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Tags: kasteel; castle; restaurant; binnenplaats; 's-heerenberg; achterhoek; opengesteld; open for public; landgoed; historic; historisch; restored
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