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Rapperswil Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Today we're visiting Rapperswil in Switzerland. The town is located at the east side of the Lake Zurich. The old town (a view of which you can see in this puzzle) is dominated by the Schloss Rapperswil (Rapperswil Castle). The castle was built in the early 13th century AD by the House of Rapperswil in the former independent city of Rapperswil. Rebuilt by Duke Albert II, since 1354 the castle forms an almost equilateral triangle, and each corner of the castle is reinforced with a tower. The castle is situated next to Stadtpfarrkirche Rapperswil, a Roman Catholic parish church (you can see both in this puzzle).

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