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Guggekonzärt z Basel
Switzerland
Copyright: Werner Getzmann
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上传: 16/03/2011
更新: 09/09/2014
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Markus Lissner
Basel Theaterplatz
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Basel, Fasnachts-Brunnen – Carnival-Fountain - by Tinguely
Carsten T. Rees
Basel, Barfüsserplatz, View 1
Dieter Hofer
Theatre Square, Basel
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Basel, Barfüsserplatz, View 2
Werner Getzmann
On Barfüsser place in Basel you can now enjoy the sun
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St. Elisabethen Kirche
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Elisabethenkirche
Werner Getzmann
"Waggis"at the Carnival in Basel
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Elisabethenkirche - Interior
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Elisabethenkirche
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1000-Year-Old Japanese Wisteria
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Zruc nad Sazavou Castle
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Field of Tulips
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Carnival in Basel on Monday, also called Cortege
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Roman Catholic Church in Aesch
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Schill beim Ligafinal Wettingen
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The Cathedral of Arlesheim
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Basel Cathedral
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City Hall in Rheinfelden
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Halle Eins - Spielothek und Bistro in Kleines Wiesental
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Hürzi 3 times in his Relax Bar in Thewil
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"Old Aunt" at the Carnival in Basel
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Holy Ghost Church in Basel
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