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Waldburg Reviews, Germany

 
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What to see in Waldburg, gallery by asterixWhat to see in Waldburg - Jul 6, 2010, by asterix
On a steep, conical hill, the highest point of Oberschwaben (772 m above sea-level) the Waldburg rises. It was the ancestral castle of the lineage of the imperial duke of the same name. From 1221 through 1240 the imperial regalia were kept... Read more » 

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