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View from the wall of slavic fort Raddusch
Germany

The slawic fort Raddusch was archeologically explored and rebuilt at it´s original location. Now it´s walls are housing the most modern archeology exposition in Germany. The photo shows a view from the wall to the access road at the south/west. Photo´s taken on june 4, 2011.

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