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  • Liz

    Wooden spiral stairway - Peles Castle, Romania STEAMPUNKISH STAIRS!!! There must be room in my house for this!

  • Maria Cristina Terenzio

    Wooden spiral #staircase Pele's #Castle #Romania | #Stairs #stairway #scale

  • Anna Roper

    Spiral Staircase, Pele’s Castle, Romania Someday..totally going in my library

  • Melodie Song

    Place to visit: Wooden Spiral Staircase, Pele’s Castle, Romania photo by bob9billion Splendour

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