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Lübeck - An der Untertrave
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An der Untertrave is one of the streets around the Altstadtinsel (Old Town Island) of Lübeck. Only the port sheds and cranes remind you that was the site of the harbour workers here not so many years ago. Today the docks are used as places of cultural events and commercial sites, some of them quite one-of-a-kind, like this dealer in antiques, which, by the way, sits face to face with a fine small second-hand bookshop.
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更新: 06/08/2014
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