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832-129006 - Horch 930 V Glaeser Roadster, built in 1937, Germany, Classic-Gala, Concours d'Elegance in the Baroque castle gardens, Schwetzingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Europe
832-129005 - Buick Coupe Fisher 64 C, built in 1930, USA, Classic-Gala, Concours d'Elegance in the Baroque castle gardens, Schwetzingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Europe
832-128996 - AutoCarrier AC Tourer 4-Seater Sports Tourer, built in 1934, GB, Classic-Gala, Concours d'Elegance in the Baroque castle gardens, Schwetzingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Europe
832-129018 - Ford Roadster Model A Deluxe, built in 1930, USA, Classic-Gala, Concours d'Elegance in the Baroque castle gardens, Schwetzingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Europe
832-124590 - Great Settlement of Siemens City also known as Ring Settlement, completed in 1929-1931, UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the Berlin Modernism Housing Estates, designed by the architects Otto Banning, Fred Forbat, Walter Gropius, Hugo Haering, Paul Rudol
832-124593 - Great Settlement of Siemens City also known as Ring Settlement, completed in 1929-1931, UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the Berlin Modernism Housing Estates, designed by the architects Otto Banning, Fred Forbat, Walter Gropius, Hugo Haering, Paul Rudol
832-124589 - Great Settlement of Siemens City also known as Ring Settlement, completed in 1929-1931, UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the Berlin Modernism Housing Estates, designed by the architects Otto Banning, Fred Forbat, Walter Gropius, Hugo Haering, Paul Rudol
832-124594 - Great Settlement of Siemens City also known as Ring Settlement, completed in 1929-1931, UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the Berlin Modernism Housing Estates, designed by the architects Otto Banning, Fred Forbat, Walter Gropius, Hugo Haering, Paul Rudol
832-124592 - Great Settlement of Siemens City also known as Ring Settlement, completed in 1929-1931, UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the Berlin Modernism Housing Estates, designed by the architects Otto Banning, Fred Forbat, Walter Gropius, Hugo Haering, Paul Rudol
832-75535 - Cast iron stove, circa 1900, living room in the teacher's apartment, school building from Pfaffenhofen, built in 1801, Franconian open-air museum, Eisweiherweg 1, Bad Windsheim, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
832-75534 - Fauteuil chair and cast-iron stove, 1900, living room in the teacher's apartment, school building from Pfaffenhofen, built in 1801, Franconian open-air museum, Eisweiherweg 1, Bad Windsheim, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
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