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Brandenburger Bahnhofspassage bei Nacht
Brandenburg an der Havel

Blick in die Brandenburger Bahnhofspassage. Das Foto stammt aus dem Eröffnungsjahr der Passage - 2012. Wie man in der Ferne erkennen kann, waren zu diesem Zeitpunkt die Umbau- und Sanierungsarbeiten am Brandenburger Hauptbahnhof noch in vollem Gange.

Copyright: Ingo tolks
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Uploaded: 08/12/2012
Updated: 07/05/2014
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