Would you like a moat or maze with yours?

Walker, Ruth
December 1996
Christian Science Monitor;12/9/96, Vol. 89 Issue 10, p1
States that the city of Brandenberg, formerly in East Germany, has issued a catalog of 49 castles in an effort to restore historic properties. Indepth look at the plans of Eastern and Central Europeans in relation to this issue; Information on the castles that are being offered; Comments from Thomas Hainz of Brandenburg's cultural affairs ministry.


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