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Ironman 2011 Switzerland in Zürich, Transition Area

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The transition area of the Ironman Switzerland 2011 in Zürich. On one side there is the bike park an on the other side the lake with finish after swimming.

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Switzerland


A: Village of the Ironman Switzerland, Zürich 2011

di Fritz Dallenbach, 80 metri di distanza

The Village of the Ironman 2011 in Zürich, Switzerland. Here are all the shops of the famous sports b...

Village of the Ironman Switzerland, Zürich 2011

B: Ironman Zürich 2011 Finishline

di Fritz Dallenbach, 200 metri di distanza

This is a panorama of the finishline of the Ironman Switzerland in Zürich 2011.

Ironman Zürich 2011 Finishline

C: Red Factory in Zürich

di Monika Moser Nagy, 680 metri di distanza

If you enter the Red Factory (Rote Fabrik)- former factory site in Zürich-Wollishofen, on the Lake Zü...

Red Factory in Zürich

D: Belvoir Park Zürich

di Fritz Dallenbach, 780 metri di distanza

Belvoir Park Zürich

E: Garden Belvoirpark in Zurich

di Fritz Dallenbach, 840 metri di distanza

Garden Belvoirpark in Zurich

F: Restaurant Belvoirpark

di Fritz Dallenbach, 920 metri di distanza

Restaurant Belvoirpark

G: Zurichhorn

di Benoit Nicolet, 1.3 km di distanza


H: not the most attractive place to live...

di Dieter Hofer, 1.4 km di distanza

not the most attractive place to live...

I: Wiese beim Arboretum

di Fritz Dallenbach, 1.4 km di distanza

Wiese beim Arboretum

J: Courtyard view

di Fritz Dallenbach, 1.5 km di distanza

Courtyard view

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Switzerland, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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