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Esslingen, Speyrer Pfleghof, Sektkellerei
Esslingen/Neckar, Germany

Am Marktplatz hinter der Stadtkirche St. Dyonis befindet sich der ehemalige Speyrer Pfleghof. Heute befindet sich in dem Gebäude eine traditionsreiche Sektkellerei.

Copyright: Hans Dieter Teschner
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