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Lentos und Ars Electronica Center by night
Upper Austria

Nachtpanorama mit dem Kunstmuseum Lentos, direkt neben der Donau mit der Schiffsanlegestelle und dem AEC, dem Ars Electronica Center in Linz. Im Hintergrund der Pöstlingberg mit der Wallfahrtsbasilika zu den sieben Schmerzen Mariä, sowei dem Schlossmuseum und dem Arcotel. Darüberhinaus sind noch die Nibelungenbrücke, die Eisenbahnbrücke und die Autobahn-(Vöest)-Brücke zu erkennen.

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Uploaded: 14/09/2013
Updated: 11/08/2014
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Tags: lentos; kunstmuseum; aec; ars electronica center; pöstlingberg; schloss; museum; nibelungenbrücke; eisenbahnbrücke; autobahnbrücke; vöestbrücke; mühlkreisautobahn; a7; linz; oberösterreich; upper-austria; donau; danube
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