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Switzerland Zurich Seilergraben
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Der Seilergraben ist eine Strasse in Zürich. 1780 wurde der innere und untere Teil des spätmittelalterlichen Hirschengrabens vom Niederdorf- bis zum Neumarkttor eingeebnet und den Seilern (Seilmachern) abgetreten, wovon sich der heutige Name «Seilergraben» ableitet. Quelle: Wikipedia

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