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Paddle Boat and Kayak Rental in Lübbenau, Spreewald
Germany

On a family holiday in the Spreewald you can go on extended boat tours. And here you can rent those boats in many different sizes. On this panorama you can see the proof for an old German proverb: "Dogs that bark do not bite." - Lucky Photographer

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Uploaded: 30/09/2011
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Main Harbour for the Punting Boats of Lübbenau
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Wotschofska, Island and Inn, near Lübbenau, Spree
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At Spree-Wood Channel
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Boat on the River Spree
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The Gate
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view on court yard of slavic fort Raddusch
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Courtyard of slavic fort Raddusch
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View from the wall of slavic fort Raddusch
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Schinkel-Church in Straupitz, Spreewald
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Cap Canaille 3
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Ponte Dom Luis
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