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Metzgplatz Lenzburg
Switzerland

On the Metzgplatz is the beautiful Chlausbrunnen.

The Metzgplatz is located at the upper side of the historic Old Town Lenzburg.

On the Metzgplatz an in the adjancted open market unter the old town-hall are alway held different kind of events.

Copyright: Rico riedi
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Uploaded: 01/06/2011
Updated: 07/08/2014
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