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Schloss Biebrich
Germany

The Schloss at Wiesbaden-Biebrich is the former summer residence of the dukes of Nassau, who held court in Wiesbaden. Construction of the Palace started at the begining of 1700.

Copyright: Thomas Schwarz
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