Castle of Heidelberg - A broader view by Theodor Verhas

Castle of Heidelberg - A view by Theodor Verhas

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Castle of Heidelberg.

Excerpt from a broader view by Theodor Verhas, 1856.

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Immanuel Giel

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Public domain in the United States

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