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Schloss Weilburg, Obere Orangerie
Germany

Situated a few meters above the Lahn (river), castle Weilburg a big stately home with two orangeries, a parks and a church. On the panorama you can see the upper orangery, the park with a well in spring 2011.

Copyright: Tipurano
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Uploaded: 11/04/2011
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Tags: castle; orangery; garden; well; church
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