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Abbot's garden in Kornelimünster North Side
Germany

Kornelimünster is since 1972 a Part of the town from Aachen. The historic center was not destroyed in the World War II. Therefore, most of the buildings at the present time stand under monument-protection. Today the former abbot's Garden is created as a small public park.

Copyright: Paul Linden
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Resolution: 9800x4900
Taken: 24/06/2009
Uploaded: 03/10/2012
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: kornelimünster; aachen; historic town; historic building; abbot's garden
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