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Schloss Auerbach
Germany

Castle of Auerbach. Photo made between the tower and a strange tree on the wall. From the tower you have a beautiful view over the landscape. Right behind the tower you can see the city of Auerbach. Actual the house of the castle is under reconstruction. That's why you can see the crane behind the strange tree.

Copyright: Tipurano
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Resolution: 9494x4747
Uploaded: 27/09/2011
Updated: 11/08/2014
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