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Martinskirche Innenraum Chur
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Die Martinskirche ist die grösste spätgotische Kirche Graubündens. Mit ihrem Spitzturm ist sie das Wahrzeichen der Churer Altstadt. Die Kirche steht am Martinsplatz mit seinem Martinsbrunnen.

Copyright: Rico Riedi
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 9524x4762
Uppladdad: 29/06/2011
Uppdaterad: 07/08/2014
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Tags: chur; altstadt; kirche; reformiert; spätgotisch; gotisch; stori360; stori; 360; panorama; virtuelle tour; interaktiv; kugelpanorama; 360*180; 360x180; 3d; virtual reality; virtuelle realität; virtual tour
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