Kirmes in Münster - am Riesenrad

Der Send ist die größte Kirmes im Münsterland und findet dreimal im Jahr statt. Das Panorama zeigt das grosse Riesenrad und die Wildwasserbahn während des Herbstsend 2009.

Copyright: Jan Totzek
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10864x5432
Taken: 22/01/2010
送信日: 22/01/2010
更新日: 15/05/2014


Tags: kirmes; riesenrad; muenster; westfalen; bunt
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