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Town Hall Square in Stein am Rhein, Switzerland

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Town Hall Square in Stein am Rhein, Switzerland

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Par Ackermann, Michael, à 20 mètres

B: Stein am Rhein, Switzerland

Par Reto Moser, à 80 mètres

Stein am Rhein, Switzerland

C: Stadtkirche Von Stein Am Rhein

Par Ackermann, Michael, à 130 mètres

Stadtkirche Von Stein Am Rhein

D: Stein am Rhein Unterstadt Torturm

Par Ackermann, Michael, à 150 mètres

Stein am Rhein Unterstadt Torturm


Par Marc Gruber, à 790 mètres


Par Marc Gruber, à 790 mètres

This was my first cliffhanger panorama. So there are some unsharpen areas around the town. If i have ...

G: castle of Hohenklingen

Par Reto Moser, à 790 mètres

castle of Hohenklingen

I: Burg Hohenklingen, Stein am Rhein, Lounge

Par Marc Gruber, à 800 mètres

Burg Hohenklingen, Stein am Rhein, Lounge

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Text by Steve Smith.

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