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File:Goethe University Frankfurt Poelzig Building.jpeg

  • Description: Hans Poelzig Building (IG-Farben building) of Frankfurt University
  • Source: Picture taken in Juni 2003 by Johannes Marx ( de:user:Hannes72)
  • First uploaded to de-Wikipedia ( de:Bild:Poelzig-Uni.jpg)
  • Version history:
    • (Aktuell) (Letzte) 18:42, 3. Jun 2005 Svencb K ({{Bild-GFDL}})
    • (Aktuell) (Letzte) 12:24, 6. Nov 2004 Hannes72
    • (Aktuell) (Letzte) 12:16, 6. Nov 2004 Hannes72
    • (Aktuell) (Letzte) 12:15, 6. Nov 2004 Hannes72
    • (Aktuell) (Letzte) 11:49, 6. Nov 2004 JuergenL K ({{Bild-Lizenz-unbekannt}})
    • (Aktuell) (Letzte) 11:42, 6. Nov 2004 Hannes72 (*Beschreibung: Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität im Pölzig-Bau *Quelle: fotografiert im Juni 2003 *Fotograf: Johannes Marx )
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