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Merzhausen new village center
Baden-Wuerttemberg

Only a few days after it has opened young cyclists (including my sons) use the artificial slopes on the new village square for cruising. In the sky above the sun a beautiful circumzenithal arc is visible.

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Tags: merzhausen; town hall; village center; forum; architecture; children; biking
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