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Moltketurm auf dem Wiehengebirge
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Der Moltketurm, benant nach dem deuitschen General Moltke steht auf dem Wiehengebirge zwischen dem Kaiser Wilhelm Denkmal und der Wittekindsburg. Im Inneren ist eine Steintreppe über die man den Turm besteigen kann.

Copyright: Jürgen reinecke
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Uploaded: 09/04/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014
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