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Germany Mausoleum of a baron (visited 02/2017)

The mausoleum is the burial site of a baron (died in the late 19th century).

The building is located on a hill in the middle of the forest.

 

 

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Lovely place that, must have been one important dude in his time! 

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This one is stunning!

 

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Beautiful looking place, nice one :)

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