Palaces and Castles of Germany

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Palaces and Castles of Germany

Neuschwanstein, Hohenschwangau, Eltz, Dresden, Nuremberg, Nymphenburg, Linderhof, Heidelberg, Schwerin, Moritzburg, Katz, Bellevue, Potsdam, Marienburg, Ludwigsburg, Charlottenburg, Schleissheim, Stahleck, Augustusburg, Neuhaus, Philippsruhe and Karlsruhe

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