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Stockalperschloss 2
Switzerland

Stockalperschloss is a castle located in Brig in the canton of Wallis, Switzerland, Europe. It is one of the largest and beautiful castles in Switzerland.

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Uploaded: 08/12/2010
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Tags: brig; switzerland; castle; europe; city; swiss alps; wallis; gardens
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