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Im Brauke
Germany

Wer von Essen-Burgaltendorf aus in den Hattinger Ortsteil Niederwenigern zu Fuß unterwegs ist, läuft vielleicht durch die kleine Straße "Im Brauke". Hier findet man einen schmalen Streifen urwüchsiger Natur und einen Hochspannungsmast, der den Blick nach oben zieht.

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Uploaded: 26/12/2013
Updated: 15/07/2014
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