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Latärneuusstellig uf em Münsterplatz
Switzerland
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Turmspitze des Basler Muensters
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Basel Muensterplatz Pisonibrunnen
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Turmspitze des Basler Muensters
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Basel, Cathedral Place
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Basel Cathedral
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Basel Cathedral
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"Old Aunt" at the Carnival in Basel
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