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Museum für Stadtgeschichte Templin Templiner Stadtgeschichten [01647]

Ansichtskarte "LYCHEN Stadtsee mit Kienofen-Promenade."

Ansichtskarte "Stadtsee mit Kienofen - Promenade" in Lychen (Museum für Stadtgeschichte Templin CC BY-NC-SA)


Auf der Postkarte sind die Kienofen-Promenade und der Stadtsee in Lychen zu sehen. Links vom Stadtsee erkannt man die St. Johanneskirche. Die Lychener Stadtkirche wurde in der zweiten Hälfte des 13. Jahrhunderts als Wehrkirche auf der höchsten Erhebung der Stadt erbaut. Die Karte wurde beschrieben, am 03.08.1907 in Lychen abgestempelt und verschickt.




B: 13,8 cm; H: 9,1 cm

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