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Weihnachtlich geschmückter und beleuchteter Markt im verschneiten Zwönitz im Januar 2012. Mit Pyramide, Weihnachtsbaum und allem was dazu gehört.

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Tags: market place; winter; christmas; illumination; ore mountains; zwoenitz; pyramid; zwönitz; weihnacht
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