"Waggis"at the Carnival in Basel
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"Waggis"at the Carnival in Basel

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This beautiful "Waggis" resting in a small street in Basel. The Basel carnival lasts 3 days and it is demanding. The picture was taken on Carnival Tuesday.

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Switzerland

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A: Basel Theaterplatz

di Markus Lissner, 130 metri di distanza

Metallskulptur von Richard Serra

Basel Theaterplatz

B: Theatre Square, Basel

di Dieter Hofer, 160 metri di distanza

Theatre Square, Basel

C: Guggekonzärt z Basel

di Werner Getzmann, 160 metri di distanza

Guggekonzärt z Basel

D: Elisabethenkirche

di Markus Lissner, 180 metri di distanza

Elisabethenkirche

E: Elisabethenkirche - Interior

di Luis Marques, 180 metri di distanza

Elisabethenkirche is located in Basel, Switzerland. It was built between 1857 and 1865, in Neo-Gothic...

Elisabethenkirche - Interior

F: Elisabethenkirche

di Luis Marques, 220 metri di distanza

Elisabethenkirche is located in the center of Basel, Switzerland. Built between 1857 and 1865 in neo-...

Elisabethenkirche

G: St. Elisabethen Kirche

di Markus Lissner, 230 metri di distanza

St. Elisabethen Kirche

H: On Barfüsser place in Basel you can now enjoy the sun

di Werner Getzmann, 240 metri di distanza

On Barfüsser place in Basel you can now enjoy the sun

On Barfüsser place in Basel you can now enjoy the sun

I: Totengässlein

di Markus Lissner, 410 metri di distanza

Totengässlein

J: Latärneuusstellig uf em Münsterplatz

di Werner Getzmann, 440 metri di distanza

Latärneuusstellig uf em Münsterplatz

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