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Zehdenick Am Markt
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Zehdenick wurde 1801 durch einen Stadtbrand total zerstört. Als die Stadt auf einem teilweise regulierten Grundriss wieder aufgebaut wurde, leistet man sich auch ein neues Rathaus. Es entstand ein zweigeschossiger Putzbau mit Satteldach.

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Uploaded: 21/04/2012
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