Ironman Zürich 2011 Finishline
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Ironman Zürich 2011 Finishline

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This is a panorama of the finishline of the Ironman Switzerland in Zürich 2011.

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A: Village of the Ironman Switzerland, Zürich 2011

by Fritz Dallenbach, 120 meters away

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Village of the Ironman Switzerland, Zürich 2011

B: Ironman 2011 Switzerland in Zürich, Transition Area

by Fritz Dallenbach, 200 meters away

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C: Belvoir Park Zürich

by Fritz Dallenbach, 580 meters away

Belvoir Park Zürich

D: Garden Belvoirpark in Zurich

by Fritz Dallenbach, 650 meters away

Garden Belvoirpark in Zurich

E: Restaurant Belvoirpark

by Fritz Dallenbach, 730 meters away

Restaurant Belvoirpark

F: Red Factory in Zürich

by Monika Moser Nagy, 870 meters away

If you enter the Red Factory (Rote Fabrik)- former factory site in Zürich-Wollishofen, on the Lake Zü...

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G: Wiese beim Arboretum

by Fritz Dallenbach, 1.2 km away

Wiese beim Arboretum

H: Courtyard view

by Fritz Dallenbach, 1.3 km away

Courtyard view

I: Zurichhorn

by Benoit Nicolet, 1.3 km away


J: Park Arboretum

by Fritz Dallenbach, 1.3 km away

the park arboretum close to the lake of zürich.

Park Arboretum

This panorama was taken in Switzerland, Europe

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