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Die schwer-vermittel-bar
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Im Rahmen der Aachener (a href src="http://www.aachenerkunstroute.de/" target="_blank" alt="Aachener Kunstroute">Kunstroute 2007 entstand in der Galerie Ramrath das gosse Bild an der Wand, welches später dann versteigert wurde. (...)
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