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Gmunden Rathausplatz

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Sunny summerday on the Rathausplatz Gmunden, Upper Austria. Take a look on the Traunsee, Gmundnerberg and Traunstein.

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A: Gmunden, Rathausplatz, 2005

door Wolfgang Stich, 10 hier vandaan

Gmunden, Rathausplatz, 2005

B:

door Bernhard Vogl, 10 hier vandaan

C: Gmunden Schiffsanlegestelle

door Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 20 hier vandaan

Gmunden Schiffsanlegestelle

D: Gmunden, «Jazz on the Steamboat»

door Roberto Scavino, 30 hier vandaan

Gmunden, «Jazz on the Steamboat»

E: Cafe Brandl at Rathausplatz Gmunden

door Bernhard Vogl, 40 hier vandaan

Cafe Brandl at Rathausplatz Gmunden

F: Gmunden, sunset over lake Traunsee

door Roberto Scavino, 90 hier vandaan

Gmunden, sunset over lake Traunsee

G: Pottery Market / Töpfermarkt in Gmunden, 2010

door Michael Fruehmann, 140 hier vandaan

The annual pottery market in Gmunden, upper Austria in 2010 (shortly before it started raining ;) Peo...

Pottery Market / Töpfermarkt in Gmunden, 2010

H: Pottery Market / Töpfermarkt in Gmunden, 2010

door Michael Fruehmann, 150 hier vandaan

The annual pottery market in Gmunden, upper Austria in 2010 (shortly before it started raining ;) Peo...

Pottery Market / Töpfermarkt in Gmunden, 2010

I: Gmunden, Traunbrücke, 2005

door Wolfgang Stich, 150 hier vandaan

Gmunden, Traunbrücke, 2005

J: Parish Church Gmunden

door Bernhard Vogl, 190 hier vandaan

Parish Church Gmunden

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