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Aerial image 556984
Vertical aerial view from the satellite perspective of the the big garden in the part of town of Herrenhausen in Hannover in the federal state Lower Saxony. The baroque garden in the mansions street was established in the 17th century and exists of many Broderie scrutinise and the centrally situated bell jet

HANNOVER 02.06.2020

Vertical aerial photograph Hannover - Vertical aerial view from the satellite perspective of the the big garden in the part of town of Herrenhausen in Hannover in the federal state Lower Saxony. The baroque garden in the mansions street was established in the 17th century and exists of many Broderie scrutinise and the centrally situated bell jet
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Vertical aerial view from the satellite perspective of the the big garden in the part of town of Herrenhausen in Hannover in the federal state Lower Saxony. The baroque garden in the mansions street was established in the 17th century and exists of many Broderie scrutinise and the centrally situated bell jet. www.hannover.de Photo: Gerhard Launer

Aerial image ID: 556984
Image resolution: 8256 x 5504 pixels x 24 bit
compressed image file size: 39,23 MB
Image file size: 130,01 MB
Sources and credit: © euroluftbild.de/Gerhard Launer

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