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Music and Light at Hollersee
Bremen

Every year mid of September the Hollersee in front of Park Hotel in Bremen, turns to an open air concert spectacle where 20000-30000 people  gather to listen to classical music in an unique setting illuminated by thousands of torches. The concerts starts at 8pm. This panorama  was taken at 7:54 pm

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