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Dernsches Gelaende Twilight
Germany

Das Dernsche Gelände in Wiesbaden, rechts das Rathaus, im Rücken die Terrasse des Cafe "Lumen". Hier findet der Wochenmarkt statt und der berühmte Sternschnuppenmarkt vor Weihnachten.

Copyright: Thomas Schwarz
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9280x4640
Taken: 26/12/2012
Uploaded: 27/12/2012
Updated: 16/12/2014
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Tags: wiesbaden; dernsches gelaende
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