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Eesti: Tartu Raekoda, ehitatud 1782–1789
English: Tartu Town Hall, built in 1782–1789
Deutsch: Tartuer Rathaus, erbaut in 1782–1789
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Date 11 September 2012, 10:15:15
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Author Ivar Leidus

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58° 22′ 48.90″ N, 26° 43′ 22.98″ E

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