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Auch dieses Panorama ist aus der Zeltstadt des Campus Symposiums 2010. Hier ist der Garten im Innenraum zwischen dem Vortragszelt und dem Galazelt zu sehen. Mitten auf dem eigentlichen Parkplatz der BiTS eine kleine Gartenoase in einer Zeltstadt.

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