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Dogs lying on floor of historical parlour with orange accents

Dogs lying on floor of historical parlour with orange accents

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Photographer: © living4media / Manduzio, Matteo Portrait
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Location:Schloss Dennenlohe; DE
Print size: approx. 11.93 × 16.27 inch at 300 dpi
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Castle in the Country

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Schloss Dennenlohe in Franconia, Germany

This historic Bavarian castle is now a luxurious 15-room hotel with a prize winning garden and the largest collection of rhododendrons in southern Germany. Sabine and Robert von Suesskind have turned their family castle into a unique and inviting place where they can share their love of gardening and their rich family history. The grounds are open to the public and it is a popular event and wedding location.
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