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Willich Neersen Castle View From East

Willich Neersen Castle left side wing

Wonderful view of the eastern wing of the old Neersen castle with a nice park and with numerous decorative pieces from well known artists. This castle is public property of the city of Willich and the borough of Neersen. Festivals use to happen here in every summer.

Willich Neersen linker Seitenflügel

Ansicht des linken Seitenflügels des Neersener Schlosses. Im Park befinden sich auch noch zahlreiche plastische Objekte namhafter Künstler. Das Schloß ist Verwaltungssitz der Willicher Stadtverwaltung im Ortsteil Neersen.

Willich-Neersen kasteel linke vleugel

Aanzicht van het kasteel Neersen van de linke vleugel, er is ook nog een prachtige park erbij met mooie kunstobjecten - ook voor Nederlanders een leuk doel voor een klein uitstapje - niet zo ver weg van de grens!

Willich slot Neersen venstre fløjen

Udsigt på venstre fløjen af slottet Neersen, der ligger nær ved den lille by Willich. Der findes også en pragtfulde park derved med mange interessante kunstværker. Den er den administrative saede for kommunale myndigheder af byen Willich.

Copyright: Patricia Müller
Art: Spherical
Resolution: 18000x9000
Taken: 27/05/2017
Hochgeladen: 07/02/2013
Aktualisiert: 20/07/2017


Tags: willich; neersen; castle; park; artworks; nature; festivals; summer; theater; festspiele
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