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File:Zuerich vier Kirchen.jpg

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This is a photo of a Cultural property of national significance in Switzerland with KGS number 9723

Camera location

47° 22′ 34.59″ N, 8° 32′ 49.77″ E

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Deutsch: Die vier grossen Kirchen in der Altstadt von Zürich:
  1. links vorne: Predigerkirche
  2. links hinten: Grossmünster
  3. mitte: Fraumünster
  4. rechts: St. Peter
Am Horizont die Albiskette; gut erkennbar der Sendeturm auf dem Albis.
Date 5 July 2005
Source Own work (Eigenes Bild)
Author Ikiwaner

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