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Das ehemalige Zisterzienserkloster St. Urban hat ein bemerkenswertes Treppenhaus. Mit seinen Winkeln, Bögen und Durchbrüchen mahnt es an Bilder von M.C. Escher. Mehr Infos unter http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kloster_St._Urban oder http://www.st-urban.ch

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