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Bremen Vegesack
Bremen

In Bremen Vegesack gab es eine große Fischindustrie. Regelmäßig landeten die Heringslogger an. Als Erinnerung blieb dieser Wal Kiefer.

Übrigens, das Kito (besser der Kito, weil Kito heisst "Kisten Tod") ist auch ein Überbleibsel. Dort wurden KArtons gefertigt, zum Verpacken der Fischkonserven.

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