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Description Beschreibung: "Grenzsicherungsanlagen" der DDR: Grenzmarkierungspfahl, Streckmetallzaun und Beobachtungsturm Quelle: selbst fotografiert 10/2005, verkleinert auf 1200x800pix
Date 2005-10-22 (first version); 2006-06-22 (last version)
Source Originally from de.wikipedia; description page is/was here.
Author Original uploader was Pc fish at de.wikipedia Later versions were uploaded by Frau Olga at de.wikipedia.
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