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Stadtbuecherei hameln
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Die Stadtbücherei in Hameln befindet sich im Gebäude der ehemaligen Pfortmühle. Heute  wird hier kein Korn mehr gemahlen, aber in einer Turbinenanlage Strom erzeugt.

Das Panorama wurde von der Fußgängerbrücke aufgenommen, die zum Werder, einer Insel im Fluss, führt. Ganz oben auf dieser Brücke thront eine goldene Ratte, ein Wahrzeichen der Stadt. 

Copyright: Steffan Correll
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Uploaded: 28/08/2013
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: city; outdoors; river; library; hameln; bridge
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