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Bremgarten skyline
Switzerland

We stand at the river bank of the Reuss and see the old town of Bremgarten. The wooden bridge on the left carried all the traffic until a few years back. Now there is a bypass around the town and the city centre is a pedestrian area.

Copyright: Markus Kaeppeli
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Uploaded: 16/03/2011
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Tags: reuss; wooden bridge; river; old town; silhouette; casino; winter
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