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Luzern, Switzerland, at dusk
Switzerland

Panorama taken in the historical city center of Luzerne (english: Lucerne) in Central Switzerland. The panorama was taken just after sunset, while there is still some remaining light in the sky. In the panorama, you can see the historical KappelBrücke (chapel bridget), the St Peters-Kallle (St. Peters Chappel) and the old city buildings along the Reuss river. The big bridge (Schweizerhofquai) is lit for Christmas, leaving an interesting reflection on the water.

Copyright: Johan offermans & karl overholt
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Uploaded: 15/12/2013
Updated: 11/07/2014
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Tags: luzern; lucerne; city; dusk; sunset; christmas; christmas decorations; church; building; bridge
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