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Rathaus Altona
Hamburg

The city hall of altona in a (cold) winter night. The city hall was used a train station until 1898 and now it's citiy hall and a popular place for weddings

Copyright: Klaus Friese
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上传: 03/06/2009
更新: 24/09/2014
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Tags: altona; ottensen; winter; schnee; snow; rathaus; city hall
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