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File:Seeboden Seebach Lieserbrücke um 1900.jpg

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Deutsch: Eisenbrücke bei Seebach über die Lieser bei Seeboden um 1899 in Kärnten / Österreich / Europäische Union. Correspondenz-Karte um 1899. Kartenaufdruck: „Seebach bei Spittal. Seuttersche Fabriken u. Lieserbrücke.“ Die eiserne Lieserbrücke wurde am 29. Juni 1934 von nationalsozialistischem Terrorkommando gesprengt.
English: Iron bridge near Seeboden / Lake Millstatt (Millstätter See), district Spittal an der Drau in Carinthia / Austria / Middle Europe / EU.
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Author Verlag Joh. Leon sen., Klagenfurt, Nr. 523
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Public domain because its copyright has expired. Permission: Sammlung J.P. Adlbrecht. Scanned by Joadl | Gallery | Gallery old If you use this photograph outside Wikimedia, I would highly appreciate if you let me know by email or on my talk page, as I'm curious where my work is used. Please choose a Free license to abide by. If you would like to use this image in a way which is incompatible with the given Free licenses (de: Freie Inhalte), please contact me.
Camera location46° 49′ 01.65″ N, 13° 29′ 44.35″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo

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