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Idaturm Bueckeburg Westseite
Germany

Idaturm bei Bückeburg auf dem Harrl Ostseite aufgenommen April 2012

1847 zum Zweck der Landvermessung erbaut

Der Turm ist 28 Meter hoch

Copyright: Jürgen reinecke
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Uploaded: 06/04/2012
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