Stiftskirche Kremsmuenster
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Stiftskirche Kremsmuenster

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Upper Austria


A: Stiftskirche Kremsmünster

di Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 10 metri di distanza

Stiftskirche Kremsmünster

B: Church of Abby Kremsmuenster

di Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 10 metri di distanza

Church of Abby Kremsmuenster

C: Krippe Marienkapelle Stift Kremsmünster

di Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 20 metri di distanza

Krippe Marienkapelle Stift Kremsmünster

D: Holy Grave

di Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 60 metri di distanza

Holy Grave

E: Library of Abbey Kremsmünster

di Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 70 metri di distanza The magnificent monastery library was built betw...

Library of Abbey Kremsmünster

F: Courtyard of Kremsmünster Abbey at night

di Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 80 metri di distanza

Courtyard of Kremsmünster Abbey at night

G: Feuerwehrübung im Stift Kremsmuenster

di Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 80 metri di distanza

Feuerwehrübung im Stift Kremsmuenster

H: Emperor's Hall Kremsmuenster Abbey

di Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 120 metri di distanza

This panoramo shows the Emperor's Hall of Kremsmünster Abbey which was founded A.D. 777 by Tassilo II...

Emperor's Hall Kremsmuenster Abbey

I: Wassergraben

di Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 120 metri di distanza

This is a skatch from a pano from the abbey of Kremsmuenster


J: Abby Kremsmuenster at Christmas time

di Wolfgang Diesenreiter, 120 metri di distanza

Abby Kremsmünster during Christmas time with trees and the moon in the evening

Abby Kremsmuenster at Christmas time

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Upper Austria, Europe

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