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Pole panorama of the garden of the restaurant of Bergh Castle
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Pole panorama of the garden of the restaurant of Bergh Castle. This Castle is completely restored and open for public on several days. The restaurant is separated from the opening hours of the castle and you don't need to visit the castle to eat on the restaurant.
Copyright: Michel geven
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9868x4934
Uploaded: 13/04/2013
Updated: 15/07/2014
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Tags: tuin; garden; kasteel; burcht; castle; bergh; huis bergh; kasteel huis bergh; achterhoek; gelderland; opengesteld; open for public; restaurant; eetgelegenheid; pole panorama; hoogte; hight; zithoek; zitje; haag; hedge; omhaagd
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