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Deutsch: Wien. Details siehe Dateiname.
Esperanto: Vieno. Por detaloj vidu la dosiernomon.
Date Published in 1905
Source Kortz, Paul , ed. (in German) () Wien am Anfang des XX. Jahrhunderts - Ein Führer in technischer und künstlerischer Richtung, Verlag von Gerlach & Wiedling Retrieved on .
Author Unknown photographer

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