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Schlosskirche Buch
Germany

Die im Krieg stark zerstörte Schlosskirche wurde bisher erst teilweise rekonstruiert. Erst wenn der Turm auch wider aufgebaut wurde, wird man sie in alter Pracht bewundern können.

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Uploaded: 09/01/2012
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