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The Palas
28-SEP-2012

The Palas

The entrance front of the Palas, which used to be one of the main buildings for living.
It was built in 1559 Hermann VI Riedesel and his wife Margarethe von der Malsburg.
Their coasts of arms can be seen between the windows.
The ground floor of the building is now used as a Kindergarten.
(For an explanation, please see main gallery page)

Nikon D700 ,Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
1/250s f/5.6 at 24.0mm iso400 hide exif
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Exposure Time1/250 sec
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John Reynolds12-Oct-2012 19:57
Wonderful old building - full of character. V.
FrankB11-Oct-2012 09:35
great color in that stone....V
J S Quesada08-Oct-2012 20:15
Wonderful capture of this facade. Great textures. V
Marcia Colelli08-Oct-2012 00:56
Wonderful capture of this old building. Great textures and details. Love the little wooden wagon by the door. V
Frank Brault07-Oct-2012 23:12
A beautiful old building. Love the point of view, detail, colors and textures. V
Mike H.07-Oct-2012 22:51
Interesting view and facts of this palas --
must have been a challenge to maintain and
keep it fit for use in modern times.
Karen Stuebing07-Oct-2012 22:05
Wonderful old building that has become more lovely with the passage of time. Beautiful architecture and textures. V.
Jim Coffman07-Oct-2012 22:01
It is amazing that this is still standing! Great work,Walter..
globalgadabout07-Oct-2012 21:26
a potent reminder of bygone times..
woody3407-Oct-2012 21:22
Amazing old building , the textures are wonderful..V
marie-jose wolff07-Oct-2012 21:10
wonderful old building, I like the texture of the stones! V
Martin Lamoon07-Oct-2012 21:05
Great old house. V
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