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Gino spielt Squash im Tennis an der Birs in Aesch
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Im Tenniscenter «Tennis an der Birs» in Aesch kann man auch Squash spielen. Aesch ist eine Vorort Gemeinde von Basel und liegt am Fluss «Birs». Unser Panorama zeigt Gino, der seinem Vater um die Ohren squasht.

Copyright: Werner Getzmann
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