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Castle in Wächtersbach, a village in Hesse in the year 1236 for the first time historically mentioned.

form Wikipedia:
The castle was formerly a Romanesque castle with a moat, but after remodelling in the Renaissance it was expanded, and an English-style garden was built around it. From 1687, the castle was the seat of the Counts of Ysenburg-Büdingen. About 1580, a princely brewery was in operation. Today, Fürst Wolfgang zu Ysenburg-Büdingen lives at the old castle in Büdingen. The privately owned Schloss was once surrounded by a picturesque old town, which over time, though, fell into disrepair as there were no funds for renovating or restorating the properties.

Exposure Time 1/60
F-Stop f/9.0
ISO Speed Ratings 200
Focal Length 17/1 mm

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