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Rheinauhafen Cologne
Cologne

Rheinauhafen, unter der Severinsbrücke. Blick nach Norden Richtung Innenstadt, Deutzer Brücke, Hohenzollernbrücke, Musical Dome. Blick Richtung Süden über die Promenade des Rheinauhafens mit Kran und Kranhaus. Links der Promenade nach Norden das Deutsche Sport- und Olympiamuseum.

Copyright: Jens Unglaube
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Taken: 09/04/2014
Uploaded: 14/04/2014
Updated: 15/04/2014
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Tags: germany; cologne; rhine; river; bridge; night; cityscape
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