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English: Ludwig van Beethoven statue, by Ernst Hähnel, Münsterplatz, Bonn/Germany
Deutsch: Ludwig van Beethoven Denkmal, Bonn, Münsterplatz
Date 8 March 2008
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Author Sir James
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50° 44′ 3.46″ N, 7° 5′ 57.08″ E

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