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    Tomb of the Prussian Royal Family

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      Interior of the Royal Mausoleum at Charlottenburg with the tombs of King Friedrich Wilhelm and Queen Luise[center] and Emperor Wilhelm I [left] and Kaiserin Augusta [right]

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      Tombs of the Prussian Royal Family, Berlin.

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