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Monschau - Kalterherberg - Church St. Lambertus - Eifeldom - Eifel
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This panorama shows the neo-romanic church St. Lambertus (Lambertuskirche) also called "Eifeldom" in Kalterherberg a district of Monschau in the Eifel in Germany. For more informations please visit http://www.baukunst-nrw.de/objekte/St-Lambertuskirche-Eifeldom-Kalterherberg--2132.htm

Copyright: Andreas Schniertshauer
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Resolution: 7972x3986
Uploaded: 14/10/2011
Updated: 07/05/2014
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Tags: aachen360; monschau; st. lambertus; eifeldom; eifel; church; germany; deutschland; kalterherberg; kirche; lambertuskirche; neoromanisch; neo-romanic
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