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Keep of the Castle of Staufen
Baden-Wuerttemberg

There is a great view from the top of the keep of the castle of Staufen. To the east you can see the slope of the Black Forest. To the West there is the valley od the Rhine. To the South there is the wine area Markgräflerland.

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Uploaded: 30/09/2011
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Tags: castle; ruin; staufen; black forest; markgräflerland; keep
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