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palafitte

(ˈpæləˌfɪt)
n
(Archaeology) archaeol a prehistoric dwelling
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Hotel Palafitte Chateaux: Neuchtel -This Swiss hotel is the only five star hotel in Europe built on water - Lake Neuchatel.