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Flankiert von der neogotischen Marktkirche und dem Rathaus findet alljährlich der Wiesbadener Sternschnuppenmarkt statt. Tausende Besucher erfreuen sich an Kunstgewerbe, Kulinarischem und all den anderen Genüssen, die ein Weihnachtsmarkt so zu bieten hat. Hier ist das berühmte doppelstöckige Karussell zu sehen.

Copyright: Thomas Schwarz
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Taken: 26/11/2010
Uploaded: 29/11/2010
Atualizado: 16/12/2014


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