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This is another perspective of wonderful Limburg Cathedral, for this time a view from northwest showing her western twin towers (as usual), not upwards from Lahn river (as common) but downwards from the high ground on northern bank across some fields.
Lahn river may be assumed to be between the POV and the cathedral, which really towers on a rock above the southern bank.
The building is smaller than many a parish church:
54,5 m long, 34,5 m wide and 66 m for the highest of the seven towers.
Many Germans and almost all foreigners never had a 1000 DM banknote in their hands. The third series (issued from 1961 until 1990) showed portraits taken from paintings of recognized historic value. Three of the seven back sides showed buildings: Holstentor at Lübeck (50 DM), Eltz Castle (500 DM) and Limburg Cathedral (1000 DM), of which only 19,4 million banknotes were issued.

Taken on slide film with Canon A1, professionally digitalized.

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  • Copyright: Sven Erich Czernik (Energysavingelk) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 528 W: 1 N: 2046] (7816)
  • Genre: Luoghi
  • Medium: Colore
  • Date Taken: 1985-05-00
  • Versione Foto: Versione Originale
  • Date Submitted: 2021-04-14 1:02
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