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Hohenaschau Castle Puzzle Details:

About: Today we are visiting the Hohenaschau Castle in the town of Aschau on the Bavarian -Tyrolean border. The picturesque castle is situated on a hill, overlooking the Prien River, on a 50 meters rocky ridge. It's over seven centuries old and it has been the seat of important aristocratic dynasties. Today the castle is mainly used as a holiday and recreation home. It is only partially accessible to the public.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 26/Nov/2019

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