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Aire de Jugy
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Der Rastplatz Aire de Jugy nahe Tournus an der A6, der Route du Soleil. Hier gibt es einige riesige Pilze als Spielplatz. Das Bild habe ich während der Fahrt in die Provence aufgenommen, wo ich eine Reihe von Panoramen für ein 360 Grad Buch aufgenommen habe. Mehr unter:

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Copyright: Jan totzek
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Resolution: 9000x4500
Uploaded: 11/10/2009
Updated: 24/09/2014
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Tags: jugy; champignon; pilz; autobahn; a6; rastplatz; route du soleil
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