File:Neustadt Junker Hansen Tower.jpg

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Description The Junker-Hansen-Tower, the town's landmark of Neustadt, is build in 1480 and is today one of highest Timber framing buildings in Europe. The tower is 50m high an has a diameter of 13 m.
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