Tillegem Castle

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Tillegem Castle

Tillegem Castle is a castle in Belgium. Since 1980, the castle and its park have been property of the Province of West Flanders. [1] Kasteeltillegem.jpg

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Coordinates: 51°10′34″N3°11′49″E / 51.176°N 3.197°E / 51.176; 3.197

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