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Deutsch: Beschreibung: Blick von der Aussichtsplattform im 50. Stockwerk des Carlton Centers auf die Innenstadt von Johannesburg - Blickrichtung Süd
  • Quelle: selber fotografiert im Januar 2005
  • Fotograf: Lars Haefner
  • Lizenzstatus: GNU FDL
English: Description: A view of inner-city Johannesburg, facing south, taken from the obserservation deck on the 50th story of the Carlton Centre.
  • Source: own photo (January, 2005)
  • Photographer: Lars Haefner
  • License: GFDL

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  • (Löschen) (Aktuell) 21:56, 6. Feb 2005 . . Albinfo (Diskussion) . . 1600 x 1154 (1575357 Byte) (Johannesburg - Dieses Foto wurde von mir fotografiert und unter der GFDL veröffentlicht.)
  • (Löschen) (Zurücksetzen) 21:44, 6. Feb 2005 . . Albinfo (Diskussion) . . 600 x 450 (184730 Byte) (Johannesburg - Dieses Foto wurde von mir fotografiert und unter der GFDL veröffentlicht.)

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