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South of "Xaver"

Uploaded by: barbamz

Thursday December 5, 2013

Mainz, Germany

Caption: Dramatic sunset this evening in Mainz/Rhine River, with severe winter storm "Xaver" in the Northern parts of Germany and sending its fronts in our direction. Church is St. Stephan, founded in 975.

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About barbamz

barbamz

I'm Barbara from Germany (Mainz), interested in weather phenomena and taking photos of all sort since childhood (long time ago, huh!).

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