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Anton Bruckners birthplace

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Das Geburtshaus Anton Bruckners, der berühmte Orgelkomponist aus Ansfelden; hinter der Stadtpfarrkirche Ansfelden.

The birthplace of Anton Bruckner, the famous Organ Composer from Ansfelden; behind the Parish Church in Ansfelden.

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Imágenes cercanas en Upper Austria


A: Sandra und Michael

por Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 20 metros de distancia

Sandra und Michael

B: Pfarrhof Ansfelden

por Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 60 metros de distancia

The vicarage in Ansfelden und the church in Ansfelden. The vicarage was planned by Carlo Carlone. It´...

Pfarrhof Ansfelden

C: Traunkraftwerk, Traun-Power Plant

por Erwin LEIMLEHNER, a 2.8 km.

Die Traun beim Kraftwerk in Linz Wegscheid. Die Aufnahme erfolgte bei bzw. nach Sonnenuntergang.The r...

Traunkraftwerk, Traun-Power Plant

D: Schloss Traun -

por Erwin LEIMLEHNER, a 4.1 km.

Das im 11. Jahrhundert errichtete Schloss Traun wird heute als Kulturschloss für verschiedenste Veran...

Schloss Traun -

F: Schleuse

por Erwin LEIMLEHNER, a 5.0 km.

Schleuse im Naherholungsgebiet in der Traunau zwischen Ödter-Badesee und Traunkraftwerk Pucking.A wat...


G: Ödter-Badesee

por Erwin LEIMLEHNER, a 5.0 km.

Der Badesee in Traun, Stadtteil Ödt ist ein Baggersee. Er ist ein Naherhohlungsgebiet, welcher nördli...


H: Sankt Florian, basilica and monastery

por Roberto Scavino, a 6.5 km.

Sankt Florian, basilica and monastery

J: St. Florian's Church

por Wolfgang Diesenreiter, a 6.5 km.

This panorama shows the St. Florian's Church. Detail descritpion can be found under http://en.wikiped...

St. Florian's Church

Este panorama fue tomado en Upper Austria, Europe

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