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Aurich - Mausoleum

Aurich - Mausoleum  (HDR Kugelpanorama)

Das Mausoleum der ostfriesischen Grafenfamilie Cirksena.

Es wurde im Jahre 1875 mit dem Bau des 10-eckigen Gebäudes begonnen und am 7. Dezember 1876 wurde der Bau beendet.

Das Gebäude ist etwa 17 Meter hoch und hat auch einen Durchmesser von 17 Metern.

Mehr Informationen finden Sie auf der Wikipedia Seite.
! Achten Sie auf die dort enthaltenen Links, die viele weitere Informationen liefern und auch Fotos vom Inneren des Mausoleums zeigen.

Hier sehen Sie ein LittlePlanet Foto welches aus diesem Kugelpanorama gemacht wurde.

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Copyright: Günter Jibben
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9256x4628
Taken: 11/06/2014
Subida: 14/06/2014
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Tags: deutschland; germany; niedersachsen; lower saxony; ostfriesland; aurich; friedhof; memorial park; graveyard; mausoleum; grabstaette; hdr; high dynamic range
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