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Graz 2009 Augarten

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A: Graz 2009 Kanal

by Sebastian Reiser, 190 meters away

Graz 2009 Kanal

B: Graz 2009 Brücke

by Sebastian Reiser, 250 meters away

Graz 2009 Brücke

C: The office in the city

by Peter Gumilar GesmbH, 640 meters away

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The office in the city

D: Graz Joanneum Quarter

by Fritz Hanke, 720 meters away

Graz Joanneum QuarterSee also  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graz

Graz Joanneum Quarter

E: Jakominiplatz Rondeau on the roof

by Klaus Treichler, 770 meters away

Jakominiplatz Rondeau on the roof

F: Jakominiplatz at night

by clemens-pfeiffer, 770 meters away

Jakominiplatz at night

G: Graz Jakominiplatz

by René Pirker, 790 meters away

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Graz Jakominiplatz

H: Steinfeldhaus

by Klaus Treichler, 810 meters away

Steinfeldhaus

I: Graz Stubenberggasse

by Fritz Hanke, 820 meters away

Here we are at the junction Stubenberggasse and Frauengasse in the old town of Graz.See also  http://...

Graz Stubenberggasse

J: Graz Tegetthoff Bridge

by Fritz Hanke, 840 meters away

Here we are at the Tegetthoff Bridge in Graz.See also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graz

Graz Tegetthoff Bridge

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