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Plauen Stadtpark Pano6
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Der Stadtpark von Plauen im Herbst 2012. Eine Woche, bevor ein Wintereinbruch mit starkem Schneefall und viel Schneebruch einherkam. Sommerliche Temperaturen am vorletzten Wochenende im Oktober. Der Stadtpark zieht bei fast jedem Wetter Besucher an. Ob zum Jogging, zum Entenfüttern mit den Enkeln oder nur so zum Entspannen. Der Park hat für alle etwas zu bieten.

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Uploaded: 31/10/2012
Updated: 22/08/2014
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