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La Fontaine Castle

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La Fontaine Castle (French: Château La Fontaine, German: Schloss La Fontaine Luxembourgish: Schlass La Fontaine) is the name of a former castle which was located in Clausen, Luxembourg. The sumptuous building was the residence of Peter Ernst I von Mansfeld-Vorderort, governor of Luxembourg, who began its construction in 1563 and continued to extend it until his death in 1604. For this reason it is also known as the Palais Mansfeld or Mansfeld Palace. Today almost nothing remains of the former castle.

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