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Panoramic photo by Ulrich Stamm - "Stamm does 360 degrees" PRO Taken 20:46, 25/01/2013 - Views loading...

View of Appenzell, Switzerland

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360 degrees panoram view of Appenzell, Switzerland

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A: Cemetery of Appenzell

by Fritz Hanke, 760 meters away

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B: Bridge over the river Sitter in Appenzell

by Fritz Hanke, 800 meters away

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Bridge over the river Sitter in Appenzell

C: Church at the Hauptgasse in Appenzell

by Fritz Hanke, 820 meters away

We visited Appenzell on a nice and sunny day in autumn.Here a panorama from the church at the Hauptga...

Church at the Hauptgasse in Appenzell

D: Sternenplatz in Appenzell

by Fritz Hanke, 830 meters away

We visited Appenzell on a nice and sunny day in autumn.Here a panorama from the Sternenplatz/Hauptgas...

Sternenplatz in Appenzell

E: Hauptgasse in Appenzell

by Fritz Hanke, 840 meters away

We visited Appenzell on a nice and sunny day in autumn.Here a panorama from the Hauptgasse/Main Alley...

Hauptgasse in Appenzell

F: Landsgemeindeplatz Appenzell

by Fritz Hanke, 850 meters away

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Landsgemeindeplatz Appenzell

G: Alte Weissbadstrasse in Appenzell

by Fritz Hanke, 860 meters away

We visited Appenzell on a nice and sunny day in autumn.Here a panorama from the "Alte Weissbadstrasse...

Alte Weissbadstrasse in Appenzell

H: Poststrasse/Schäfligasse in Appenzell

by Fritz Hanke, 860 meters away

We visited Appenzell on a nice and sunny day in autumn.Here a panorama at the Poststrasse and the Sch...

Poststrasse/Schäfligasse in Appenzell

I: Hirschengasse/Engelgasse in Appenzell

by Fritz Hanke, 870 meters away

We visited Appenzell on a nice and sunny day in autumn.Here a panorama from the crossing of the Hirsc...

Hirschengasse/Engelgasse in Appenzell

J: Gerbegasse in Appenzell

by Fritz Hanke, 890 meters away

We visited Appenzell on a nice and sunny day in autumn.Here a panorama at the Gerbegasse in Appenzell...

Gerbegasse in Appenzell

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