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Merzhausen new village center
Baden-Wuerttemberg

The new village center of Merzhausen with the new Forum (town hall), also a nice place for cultural events. The shops are yet unpopulated one day after the opening.

Copyright: Erik krause
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Uploaded: 04/05/2013
Updated: 23/05/2013
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Tags: merzhausen; town hall; village center; forum; architecture
  • Manfred Huchler over 1 year ago
    Ok, des neueForum Merzhausen: die gläserne Amöbe, die einen Zuckerwürfel internalisiert :) Hatte der netten Gemeinde Merzhausen angeboten ein gleichartiges Pano zu panografieren, das wurde danken abgelehnt ! Wir machen unsere schönen Sphärenfotti eben für uns alleine und für die paar Leute, die sich das angucken ;-) Grüße aus Wittnau
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