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-Bad Nauheim- Bahnhof bei Nacht
Germany
Copyright: Markus Freitag
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 34330x17165
Taken: 16/11/2011
Uploaded: 21/11/2011
Updated: 15/08/2014
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Tags: bad; bad nauheim; wetterau; bahnhof; railway; rail; station; zug train; nacht; night; deutschland; germany; hessen; 600d; 0.6 gigapixel; dunkel; dark; lange belichtung; long exposure; uhr; clock
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