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Burgruine Burgaltendorf
Germany

Die Burgruine befindet sich südlich der Ruhr im Essener Stadtteil Burgaltendorf.

Deutlich kann man den ehemaligen Wassergraben erkennen; damit ist sie ein seltenes Beispiel einer Höhenwasserburg (Höhe 100m).

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