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Schloss und Rentkammer
Germany

"Frederick Barbarossa" built in "Wächtersbach" at the end of the 12th Century a castle which was rebuilt 1501-1560 by "Anton von Ysenburg" in the style of Renaissance. 1816 the plant received its current appearance. The ditches disappeared and the garden was created as an English landscape park.

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