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Deutsch: Österreich, Wien, Vienna International Centre
English: Austria, Vienna, Vienna International Centre
Русский: Австрия, Вена, Венский международный центр
Français : Autriche, Vienne, Vienna International Centre
Српски / srpski: Kompleks zgrada UN-a u Beču

UNO-City in Wien mit dem Vienna International Centre und dem Austria Centre Vienna / UNO-City in Vienna with Vienna International Centre and Austria Centre Vienna

Autor / Author: Konstantinknoll, 20:14, 10 February 2004 ,

Notiz des Autors / Author's Note:

(UN building in Vienna, with Vienna International Centre in front (which does not belong to the UN) - picture taken from Donauturm in nearby Donaupark)

Camera location

48° 14′ 24.50″ N, 16° 24′ 34.70″ E

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