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Switzerland Zurich Schanzengraben
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Der Schanzengraben ist ein Ueberrest der Zürcher Stadtbefestigung. Von hier sind es kaum 2 Minuten Fussweg zum Paradeplatz, dem Finanzzentrum von Zürich.

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