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Pottery Market / Töpfermarkt in Gmunden, 2010

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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.

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Nearby images in http://www.360cities.net/en/area/salzkammergut


A: Pottery Market / Töpfermarkt in Gmunden, 2010

by Michael Fruehmann, less than 10 meters away

The annual pottery market in Gmunden, upper Austria in 2010 (shortly before it started raining ;) Peo...

Pottery Market / Töpfermarkt in Gmunden, 2010

B: Esplanade, Gmunden am Traunsee

by Michael Fruehmann, 60 meters away

A windy late summer day in Gmunden at the Esplanade. There was a pottery exhibition in Gmunden that w...

Esplanade, Gmunden am Traunsee

C: Evening Light in Gmunden

by Bernhard Vogl, 80 meters away

Evening Light in Gmunden

D: Gmunden, sunset over lake Traunsee

by Roberto Scavino, 80 meters away

Gmunden, sunset over lake Traunsee

E: Gmunden Esplanade2

by Amir Nayebhashem, 90 meters away

Gmunden Esplanade2

F: Cafe Brandl at Rathausplatz Gmunden

by Bernhard Vogl, 110 meters away

Cafe Brandl at Rathausplatz Gmunden


by Bernhard Vogl, 140 meters away

H: Gmunden, Rathausplatz, 2005

by Wolfgang Stich, 140 meters away

Gmunden, Rathausplatz, 2005

I: Gmunden Rathausplatz

by Gerhard Fischer, 140 meters away

Sunny summerday on the Rathausplatz Gmunden, Upper Austria. Take a look on the Traunsee, Gmundnerberg...

Gmunden Rathausplatz

J: Gmunden Schiffsanlegestelle

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 160 meters away

Gmunden Schiffsanlegestelle

This panorama was taken in http://www.360cities.net/en/area/salzkammergut, Europe

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