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Strasbourg Monument at ' Centralbahnplatz' near the SBB Train Station
Switzerland

the Strasbourg Monument, created by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi (who also designed the Statue of Liberty in N.Y.) was erected in 1895 in memory of the French - German war (1870-71).

Copyright: Dieter Hofer
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Uploaded: 07/01/2010
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Tags: switzerland; square; train; sculpture; night; winter
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