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In May I went to Lake Constance for a Vespa Corso. As the wheather forecast was promising I decided to take the chance for a ride through Baden-Württemberg. Feeling hungry once I realised to be close to the French border. Et voila.. Château Lumière.
No more words neccessary about Château Lumière I suppose.

 

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Behind the scene:
 

Lake Constance

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Break

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French way

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Still looks pretty splendid despite the damage in recent times. Love the detail shots, especially that blue radiator, how cool 

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Still a nice place and captured very well. Shame that the mirror has been destroyed.

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Great to see some rooms and detail that you don't normally see. Even though the mirror is smashed its really good that in general its not too badly trashed considering how well known its been and for so long....

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