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Der Luftschiffhafen am südlichen Ende Potsdams im Winter 2008. Zum Zeitpunkt der Aufnahme sind es -15°C. Im Hintergrund schön zu sehen die futuristisch anmutenden Gebäude der Zentrale der Landesbausparkasse.

Copyright: Peter Daehnert
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Uploaded: 05/05/2009
Updated: 23/09/2014
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Tags: pirschheide; luftschiffhafen; potsdam; winter; havel
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