Dockside Crane in Zurich

There is an interesting culture project going on in Zurich. A lot of people photograph the dockside crane in downtown Zurich.

See also  Dockside_Crane_in_Zurich

Copyright: Fritz Hanke
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 22596x11298
Uploaded: 24/04/2014
Updated: 25/04/2014


Tags: dockside; crane; zurich; switzerland; limmat; hafenkran
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