KZ Mauthausen - Gedenkstätte
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KZ Mauthausen - Gedenkstätte

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Die Gedenkstätte im Konzentrationslager Mauthausen mit Blick auf die Todesstiege.

The memorial of the concentration camp in Mauthausen with a view to the stairs of death.

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A: KZ Mauthausen - Todesstiege

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 230 meters away

Die sogenannte „Todesstiege“ verbindet den Steinbruch „Wiener Graben“ mit dem Konzentrationslager Mau...

KZ Mauthausen - Todesstiege

B: Enns, the Hauptplatz and the Stadtturm

by Roberto Scavino, 5.2 km away

Enns, the Hauptplatz and the Stadtturm

C: Pichlingersee

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 8.4 km away


D: Herbstlaub

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 9.3 km away

Beim Herbstspaziergang am Pichlingersee im Süden von Linz, hat mir die mit buntem Herbstlaub völlig b...


E: St. Florian's Church

by Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 10.5 km away

This panorama shows the St. Florian's Church. Detail descritpion can be found under http://en.wikiped...

St. Florian's Church

G: Sankt Florian, basilica and monastery

by Roberto Scavino, 10.7 km away

Sankt Florian, basilica and monastery

H: Innenhof FH 2 Gebäude, University of Applied Sciences (Hagenberg)

by Michael Fruehmann, 12.2 km away

The second (newer) building on campus of the University of Applied Sciences, Upper Austria - Hagenber...

Innenhof FH 2 Gebäude, University of Applied Sciences (Hagenberg)

I: Westbahnzug Unterseite

by Willy Kaemena, 13.0 km away Wiki: "Die WESTbahn ist eine Tochter der Rail Holding AG, die den pri...

Westbahnzug Unterseite

J: Westbahn Wartungshalle

by Willy Kaemena, 13.0 km away Wiki: "Die WESTbahn ist eine Tochter der Rail Holding AG, die den pri...

Westbahn Wartungshalle

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