All Saints' Day in Kirchberg
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All Saints' Day in Kirchberg

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A: Church of Kirchberg in Kremsmuenster

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 30 meters away

This panorama shows the Church of Kirchberg in Kremsmünster upper Austria. The church is situated in ...

Church of Kirchberg in Kremsmuenster

B: Moschee

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 780 meters away

Moschee

C: Stiftskirche Kremsmuenster

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 950 meters away

Stiftskirche Kremsmuenster

D: Stiftskirche Kremsmünster

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 960 meters away

Stiftskirche Kremsmünster

E: Church of Abby Kremsmuenster

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 960 meters away

Church of Abby Kremsmuenster

F: Krippe Marienkapelle Stift Kremsmünster

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 980 meters away

Krippe Marienkapelle Stift Kremsmünster

G: Marktplatz Kremsmuenster

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 980 meters away

Marktplatz Kremsmuenster

H: Abby Kremsmuenster at Christmas time

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 980 meters away

Abby Kremsmünster during Christmas time with trees and the moon in the evening

Abby Kremsmuenster at Christmas time

I: Wassergraben

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 990 meters away

This is a skatch from a pano from the abbey of Kremsmuenster

Wassergraben

J: Marktplatz Kremsmünster

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 990 meters away

Marktplatz Kremsmünster

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