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Graz Palais Inzaghi (Mehlplatz)

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Here we are at the Mehlplatz at the Palais Inzaghiu.

See in German  http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palais_Inzaghi_(Mehlplatz)

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A: Graz Palais Inzaghi (Mehlplatz)

by Fritz Hanke, 10 meters away

Here we are at the Mehlplatz at the Palais Inzaghiu.See in German  http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palai...

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B: Graz Mehlplatz

by Fritz Hanke, 30 meters away

Here we are at the Mehlplatz in the old town of Graz.See also  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graz

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C: Graz Modern in the Old town

by Fritz Hanke, 60 meters away

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D: Graz Glockenspielplatz

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E: View clock tower on Graz

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F: Graz Herrengasse

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G: Graz Jesuit College

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H: Graz 2009 Landhaus

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I: Graz 2009 Gasse

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J: Graz

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Text by Steve Smith.

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