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    allrighty then. it had been a while before a new one.
    had to search for an image so it was not clearly mine image. and from my mobile i can't upload images to here.

    so next puzzle
    what of and where is this building placed

    best regards Thijs

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    • ombugge
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      Somewhere with stone easily available??

    • janihudi
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      yes many stones are used to build this and restore it too.
      now i just had googled about this building, rotten ideas and things happend there.

    Is it the Prince of Denmark's castle at Helsingor, where Shakespeare's "Hamlet" was set?
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      No it issn't
      best regards Thijs

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        Nothing anymore?
        best regards Thijs

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        • wherrygirl
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          I've not lost interest, Thijs, but have been short of time and this one is not exactly easy, old dear!

        I suppose we need to go back to logic then!

        I'm guessing that this is Germany Thijs. Right or wrong?
        Cheers,

        Mark.

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        • janihudi
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          right it is.

        I think it is Wewelsberg Castle, Westphalia.
        Ivy

        "To thine own self be true.......
        Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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          right it is .

          on my trip to load woodlogs near Bad Arolsen i passed a sign at the highway says,

          ''Deutschlands einigste dreieckige schloss''

          ''Germany's only triangular Castle''

          could just get a glimp of it,i also had to look for it where it stands and even it was visable from the highway. but couldend take an image of it.
          googled for images and a puzzle was born.

          placing the puzzle and a while later i look for more info about the castle.
          not a pritty history though.

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wewelsburg



          over to you Ivy
          best regards Thijs

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            Ivy,it's your turn!!!!!!!!
            best regards Thijs

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              OK, OK, baas.
              I did choose one ages ago, actually - the trouble is that I have so few of my own and I don't like using the Wiki Commons ones as I have nearly always done. I never uploaded them to my normal Flickr account but to a Bucket freebie which I used just for these puzzles plus the Clipper Adelaide series which I put on CVF during her epic return to Oz. The photographer was duly acknowledged. But you shouldn't do it, and I don't like starting it again.
              However, will post my own one tomorrow.
              Ivy

              "To thine own self be true.......
              Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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                Right-o. Try this one. Where is it (roughly!) and to what does it refer?


                P1010275
                by Ivy, on Flickr
                Ivy

                "To thine own self be true.......
                Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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                  Somewhere in Western Australia??

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                    Since i was not able to solve the German puzzle (i put ashes on top of my head), i will have a try on this one. In my opinion the scenery looks very Australian, too, and Ivy has been there.

                    First i thought, it would mean a mining disaster, but then i found this:

                    http://monumentaustralia.org.au/them...a-flight-1750-

                    and then this: MacRobertson Miller Airlines Flight 1750

                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MacRob...es_Flight_1750





                    Lofoten '07 ...... Nordnorge '11

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                      Ombugge, yes, but Ralf has now beaten you to the solving of the puzzle. Well done, Ralf - but how quick! We camped a couple of nights on Indee cattle station during our drive down the coast back towards Perth and John took me to see this as we were on our way to look at the petroglyphs. This was all on the station's private land so I was very privileged to be able to see it.
                      I really thought solving this puzzle would last a day or two, but already I'm saying - over to you, Ralf, master sleuth!
                      Ivy

                      "To thine own self be true.......
                      Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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                        Now... where is this?

                        IMG_0962 by Ralf Plinta, auf Flickr
                        Lofoten '07 ...... Nordnorge '11

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                        • ombugge
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                          In a toilet with a view, somewhere in Norway

                        • wherrygirl
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                          Well, this is a bit different, anyway! Going to put it in the Good Loo Guide, Ralf?

                        Isn't that the restroom on the seaside of Senja?

                        I'm not sure what the exact spot is, but I think I saw this in an add or something a while back.

                        I guess Senja. Perhaps Senjahopen?
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