Underground car park Arkaden

Central, direct approach to shopping mall Arkaden, Picasso museum. Not many places, saturday 10:00 usually full. Then causes a traffic jam because of cars waiting on the street to get in. Once you stand in that line there is allmost no possibility to get out again.

Copyright: Bert hoess
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6324x3162
Uploadet: 25/01/2010
Opdateret: 04/09/2014


Tags: car park; underground; parking; muenster; münster; arkaden; picasso; museum
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