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  • Mark Reed

    Kreuzenstein Castle (also known as Burg Kreuzenstein) is the beautiful castle of 19th century, located north of the village of Leobendorf, east of the city of Stockerau in the province of Lower Austria in Austria.

  • stefan makruk

    austria burg kreuzenstein castle kreuzenstein castle lower austria leobendorf

  • Amanda Bevers

    One of my favorite places in the world! Kreuzenstein Castle, Austria

  • Kristin Tenney

    Castle Kreuzenstein, Leobendorf, Austria. Rapunzel's Tower, Palace

  • Shawn Harvey

    Marvellous Places | The most beautiful places in the world | Page 7

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