What do you call this?

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  1. spako

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    I don't know if "castle" would be appropriate for this building...
    (the car in the picture bothers me....)

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    Thank you for looking!
     
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    Nice shot. I assume its for some kind of medical use. Might be called a garisson ?--lenny
     
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    Whatever it is, I like it!
     
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    Nice one.

    I like the selective colouring on the Swiss flag and the shutters. It could be a castle in a loose sense of the term.

    The car is ok, you have car tracks in the forground to it doesn't detract from the photo. If you wanted to, you could PS the car out with a clone stamp.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    A chateau or chalet perhaps?
     
  6. spako

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    I would call it "e Schlass" in luxemburgish but I don't know about the english word (maybe castle would fit...)

    Those tracks in the foreground are actually no tyre marks, but it's a skiing trail...
     

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