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Gino plays squash at the Tennis Center at Aesch
Switzerland

The Tennis Center «Tennis at Birs» in Aesch, you can also play squash. Aesch is a suburb of Basel, and is situated on the River «Birs». Our panorama shows Gino, who his father squasht around the ears.

Copyright: Werner getzmann
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