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The Bauerhoff at Grants Farm, St. Louis
USA

Built in 1913, the Bauernhof was the first building constructed on the Busch family estate. Bauernhof is German for "farmstead."

The Bauernhof surrounds a beautiful courtyard and is typical of a 19th century Bavarian farm complete with stables, a carriage house, and offices and quarters for those who lived and worked there.

Today, the Busch family's world-renowned carriage collection and stables are housed here.

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Copyright: Larry beasley
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送信日: 10/08/2011
更新日: 28/08/2014
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