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Neersen castle park pond

Castle park pond

Little pond with a wooden bridge in the park of Neersen castle. Neersen castle is public property of the borough of Neersen, city of Willich.


Weiher mit Brückensteg

Weiher mit Brückensteg im Park von Schloß Neersen.


Vijvertje met houten brugje

Vijvertje met houten brugje in de park van het kasteel neersen.


Lille dam med en træbro

Lille dam med en træbro i parken af slot Neersen. Neersen slottet er offentlig ejendom i bydelen Neersen af byen Willich.


Petit étang avec un pont

Petit étang avec un pont en bois dans le parc de château Neersen. Château Neersen est une propriété publique de l'arrondissement de Neersen, ville de Willich.

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Copyright: Patricia Müller
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 15000x7500
Taken: 21/07/2012
Uploaded: 21/07/2012
Updated: 06/06/2017


Tags: neersen; castle; park; pond; festival; summer festival; theater; festspiele
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