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Deutsch: Propeller, Ruder (Schiffsheck). Von außen sichtbarer Teil einer Einwellenanlage an einem Fährschiff. Ruder und Propeller eines Fährschiffes.
English: The rudder and propeller on a newly built ferry.
فارسی: سکان یک کشتی بزرگ (سمت راست تصویر) که در پس پروانه پیش‌برنده آن (سمت چپ) قرار گرفته است.
Bahasa Indonesia: Kemudi/rudder kapal feri.
日本語: フェリーの舵とスクリュー.
Kiswahili: Rafadha ya meli ilyoko nje ya maji gudani.
Türkçe: Bir feribot pervanesi.
Date 17 April 2007, 12:24
Source Red Rudder
Author Markus Brinkmann from Flensburg, Germany

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54° 48′ 30.96″ N, 9° 26′ 10.60″ E

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