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Museum Niesky Johann-Raschke-Haus Regionalgeschichte [41/16]

Gruß aus Spree

Gruß aus Spree (Museum Niesky CC BY-NC-ND)
"Gruß aus Spree

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Museum Niesky (CC BY-NC-ND)

"Gruß aus Spree

Provenance/Rights: 
Museum Niesky (CC BY-NC-ND)

Description

Die Postkarte mit verschiedenen Gebäudeansichten aus Spree wurde am 21. März 1916 nach Finsterwalde verschickt. Gedruckt wurde sie von Bruno Hanzig aus Görlitz.
Zu sehen sind Ansichten von sechs Gebäuden, dazu gehören die Schule, die Mühle, das Schloss, Röthig's Gasthof, W. Miethe's Bäckerei und Lehmann's Gasthof.

Material/Technique

Karton

Measurements

Länge: 90 mm, Breite: 139 mm

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