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Chemnitz center
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Dieses Panorama entstand nachts im Einkaufszentrum Chemnitz Center in Röhrsdorf/Chemnitz.  Es zeigt diverse Geschäfte und den sprechenden Kuddeldaddeldu-Baum, welcher zum Kindergartenspielplatz des Centers gehört.

Copyright: Thomas Fankhänel
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Uploaded: 18/03/2012
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: shopping ; center; einkaufen; centre; shop
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