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  • Description: Engraving by Matthäus Merian shows the Marketplace of Munich
  • Source: Topographia Germaniae, Edition Topographia Bavariae, 1642
  • License: The Author died in 1650 so it`s public domain
  • other versions: Image:Muenchenmarkt_merian.JPG
  • Beschreibung: Kupferstich von Matthäus Merian zeigt den Münchener Marienplatz früher auch Markt- und Schrannenplatz genannt.
  • Quelle: Topographia Germaniae, Ausgabe Topographia Bavariae, 1642
  • Lizenz: Der Autor starb 1650, somit ist es gemeinfrei (public domain)
  • Andere Versionen: Image:Muenchenmarkt_merian.JPG

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