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File:Köln - Groß St. Martin vom Dom.jpg


Deutsch: Deutzer Brücke, Martinsviertel und Groß St. Martin, Köln
English: Deutzer Brücke, Martinsviertel und Groß St. Martin, Cologne, Germany
Date 27 January 2007
Source Own work
Author Raymond - Raimond Spekking
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© Raimond Spekking /  Wikimedia Commons / CC-BY-SA-3.0 & GDFL

Camera location

50° 56′ 28.70″ N, 6° 57′ 29.30″ E

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Deutsch: Das Foto habe ich als Urheber unter der Creative-Commons-Lizenz CC-by-SA-3.0. sowie der GFDL – GNU-Lizenz für freie Dokumentation veröffentlicht. Dies bedeutet, dass eine kostenlose Nutzung außerhalb der Wikimedia-Projekte unter folgenden Bedingungen möglich ist:
  • 1.1 Am Bild/Im Bildnachweis oder Impressum: „© Raimond Spekking / CC-BY-SA-3.0 (via Wikimedia Commons)“
    Falls dies aus Platzgründen nicht möglich ist, nehmen Sie bitte vor einer geplanten Verwendung Kontakt mit mir auf.
  • 1.2 In Onlinemedien, falls möglich, setzen Sie bitte einen Link auf das Originalfoto:

Ich würde mich sehr über die Zusendung eines Belegexemplares bzw. der Angabe der Internetseite, wo das Foto benutzt wird, freuen.

Bitte schreiben Sie eine E-Mail an (GPG-verschlüsselte E-Mails sind willkommen: Key-ID: 0xB12BE7A6), wenn Sie

  • das Foto in einer höheren Auflösung benötigen,
  • meine Adresse für die Zusendung eines Belegexemplares benötigen,
  • weitergehende Fragen zur lizenzkonformen Nutzung haben.

English: I have published this image as author under the Creative-Commons-License CC-by-SA-3.0 and GNU Free Documentation License. This means that free usage outside of Wikimedia projects under the following terms of licence is possible:
  • 1.1 The image is credited with "© Raimond Spekking / CC-BY-SA-3.0 (via Wikimedia Commons)"
    If this is not possible due to shortage of space, please contact me first.
  • 1.2 If possible a weblink to the original image would be great:

I would be happy to receive a specimen copy or the URL of the website where the image is used.

Please write an email to (GPG encrypted emails are welcome: Key-ID: 0xB12BE7A6), if you

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