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0378 20120720 Valletta Malta Waterfront
Malta
Die "Mein Schiff 1" in ihrem Heimathafen, an der Waterfront Valletta. Die Lagerhäuser stammen aus dem 17. Jahrhundert. Die bunten Türen und Fensterläden zeigten damals an, welche Waren in den Kontoren gelagert wurden. Heute beherbergen die Gebäude meist Gastronomie mit freiem WiFi/WLan, ein Magnet für die Crew. Valletta ist einer der schönsten Häfen im Mittelmeer!
Copyright: Mike Weidner Www.Panomorph.De
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Uploaded: 21/12/2012
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Tags: malta; valletta; cruises; kreuzfahrt; tui; medieval; mittelalter; ritter; mittelmeer; hafen; schiff; mein; 1; waterfront; lagerhaeuser; storage; historical; sandstein
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