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Pottery Market / Töpfermarkt in Gmunden, 2010
The annual pottery market in Gmunden, upper Austria in 2010 (shortly before it started raining ;) People from all over Europe come together to exhibit, show and sell pottery art in Gmunden.
Copyright: Michael Fruehmann
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Uploaded: 26/03/2011
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Tags: pottery; töpfern; market; markt; gmunden; austria; upper austria; salzkammergut; traunsee; 2010; esplanade
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