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Berlin 1945

Blick über den Pariser Platz auf das Brandenburger Tor Anfang Juni 1945
Depicted place Berlin
Date June 1945
Photographer Weinrother, Carl
Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung - Bildbestand (B 145 Bild)
Accession number B 145 Bild-P054320
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52° 30′ 57.11″ N, 13° 22′ 44.57″ E

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