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Krefeld Uerdingen Rhine promenade walk

Rhine promenade at Krefeld Uerdingen close to the so called "Rheinschloesschen". This is a cafe restaurant with a nice lookout over the river rhine. Uerdingen is a borough of the city of Krefeld.

Uerdinger Rheinpromenade nahe dem Rheinschlößchen. Im Gegensatz zum Namen ist das Reinschlößchen kein Schloß, sondern ein Cafè/Restaurant. Uerdingen ist ein Stadtteil von Krefeld.

Copyright: Patricia Müller
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 18000x9000
Taken: 09/12/2017
Uppladdad: 10/12/2017
Uppdaterad: 14/12/2017


Tags: nature; river; restaurant; cafe; promenade walk
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