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Schloss Bloemersheim
Germany

Das Wald- und Feuchtgebiet der Umgebung des Schlosses Bloemersheim gab dem Stadtteil Vluyn einst seinen Namen. Heute kennt man die Gutsverwaltung Bloemersheim vom Obstanbau und -verkauf her.

Copyright: Nick van flunen
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Resolution: 11356x5678
Uploaded: 30/12/2013
Atualizado: 15/07/2014
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Tags: castle; manor; chateau; landscape; nature
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