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Green with a big tree next to the Karlihofplatz. The Karlihofplatz is located next to the Graubündner Staatsarchiv and the library (Kantonsbibliothek). Behind the grass ist the old government building (Graues Haus, Staatskanzlei).

opposite of the Karlihofplatz ist the Regierungsplatz with his Vazerol-monument

Copyright: Rico Riedi
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Uploaded: 24/05/2011
Updated: 07/08/2014
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