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The medieval market hall in Martel
France

The market hall in Martel (department Lot, France) origins from the 12th century. The roof is a demanding, self-supporting wooden construction.

Copyright: Erik krause
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送信日: 12/02/2009
更新日: 07/09/2012
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Tags: mittelalterliche markthalle; martel; lot; frankreich; holzkonstruktion; freitragend; medieval market hall; martel; lot; france; wooden construction; self-supporting
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