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Obergosgen Gemeindeverwaltung
Switzerland

Obergosgen is a small village in the Solothurn canton, in the northern part of Switzerland. This is the main square where the municipality offices resides. The write on the building "Gemeindeverwaltung" means "local government.

The original equirectangular image is available on flickr.

Copyright: Cristian marchi
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Uploaded: 17/05/2012
Updated: 19/09/2014
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Tags: obergosgen; swiss; switzerland; square; fountain; village; government; municipal
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