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Aerial photograph 519695
Vertical aerial view from the satellite perspective of the route of the cycle path and the skating rink on Deutsch-Luxemburger Strasse in Dortmund at Ruhrgebiet in the state North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

DORTMUND 19.09.2021

Vertical aerial photograph Dortmund - Vertical aerial view from the satellite perspective of the route of the cycle path and the skating rink on Deutsch-Luxemburger Strasse in Dortmund at Ruhrgebiet in the state North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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Vertical aerial view from the satellite perspective of the route of the cycle path and the skating rink on Deutsch-Luxemburger Strasse in Dortmund at Ruhrgebiet in the state North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Further information at: Betonlandschaften / maierlandschaftsarchitektur. www.betonlandschaften.de Photo: Hans Blossey

Aerial image ID: 519695
Image resolution: 6015 x 8192 pixels x 24 bit
compressed image file size: 17,08 MB
Image file size: 140,98 MB
Sources and credit: © euroluftbild.de/Hans Blossey

The recording is permitted due to the so-called freedom of panorama according to § 59 UrhG. The provision of Section 59 UrhG conforms to the directive based on Art. 5 Para. 3 Letter c of Directive 2001/29/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of May 22, 2001 on the harmonization of certain aspects of copyright and related property rights in the information society ("InfoSoc-RL") to be interpreted. The directive-compliant interpretation shows that aerial photographs are also covered by § 59 Para. 1 UrhG and the use of tools does not lead out of the protective barrier.