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Schaumburg Burgmauer und Tor
Germany
In der Nähe von Rinteln befindet sich die Ortschaft Schaumburg . Hoch über der Ortschaft auf dem zum Wesergebirge gehörenden Nesselberg steht eine alte Ritterburg „Die Schaumburg“. Durch ein Torbogen gelangt man vom Parkplatz aus in den Innenhof der der Burg . Diese besteht aus einen Haupthaus und mehreren kleinen Nebenhäusern umgeben von einer riesigen Burgmauer
Copyright: Jürgen reinecke
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Uploaded: 29/07/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014
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