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In front of the castle Fraeylemaborg
Netherlands

The castle Fraeylemaborg has an interesting history and is a museum nowadays. It originated in the Middle Ages and extensions were made in the 17th and 18th century. The castle is surrounded by a double moat and a large park in a combination of formal 18th century baroque style and 19th century English countryside style. Photo's taken on may 24, 2010.

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