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Berg Isel near Innsbruck 2
Austria

In the back you see the Panorama Museum of Tyrol Innsbruck that the famous circular painting of the Battle of Bergisel shows. The museum has been designed by Zaha Hadid. On the left side of the museum you see a bridge of the Brenner highway.

Copyright: Fritz Hanke
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