Der Klosterpark bzw. die Klosterruinen in Harsefeld mit Kirche und Blick auf die Friedrich Huth Bücherei. Das Wetter war suboptimal. Auch das Kunst Café im Klosterkeller ist zu sehen.

Copyright: Christian kohrs
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Uploaded: 17/04/2013
Updated: 19/04/2013


Tags: klosterpark; kirche; harsefeld; niedersachsen; kunst café; klosterkeller; outdoor
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