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Eastern Entrance of the Old Cemetery, Freiburg
Baden-Wuerttemberg

The old cemetery of Freiburg was in use from 1683 up to the year 1872. Now it is a beautiful park in the middle of the town. This is the Eastern entrance of the park.

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