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Aachen - Frankenberger Viertel - Kreuzung Oppenhoffallee, Zollernstraße, Brabantstraße, Lothringerstraße, Schloßstraße
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Five streets to the famous Frankenberger Quarter (Frankenberger Viertel) in the south of Aachen are meeting at this junction point. Here you can see old art nuoveau houses and much more interesting things and relax in a bar, restaurant or in the beer garden not far away. A Bank, supermarket, bakery, ... is also nearby.

Copyright: Andreas Schniertshauer
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