Emperor's Hall Kremsmuenster Abbey III
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Emperor's Hall Kremsmuenster Abbey III

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This panoramo shows the Emperor's Hall of Kremsmünster Abbey which was founded A.D. 777 by Tassilo III, Duke of Bavaria. According to the foundation legend, Tassilo founded the monastery on the site where his son, Gunther, had been attacked and killed by a wild boar during a hunting trip. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kremsm%C3%BCnster_Abbey

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Upper Austria付近のパノラマ


A: Emperor's Hall Kremsmuenster Abbey

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

Emperor's Hall Kremsmuenster Abbey

B: Krippenausstellung 2011

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Krippenausstellung 2011

C: Holy Grave

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Holy Grave

D: Library of Abbey Kremsmünster

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kremsm%C3%BCnster_Abbey The magnificent monastery library was built betw...

Library of Abbey Kremsmünster

E: Courtyard of Kremsmünster Abbey at night

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Courtyard of Kremsmünster Abbey at night

F: Feuerwehrübung im Stift Kremsmuenster

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Feuerwehrübung im Stift Kremsmuenster

G: Krippe Marienkapelle Stift Kremsmünster

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Krippe Marienkapelle Stift Kremsmünster

H: Church of Abby Kremsmuenster

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Church of Abby Kremsmuenster

I: Stiftskirche Kremsmünster

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Stiftskirche Kremsmünster

J: Wassergraben

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


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