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Museum im "Roter Hauburg"
Germany

Der Rote Haubarg liegt in der Nähe von Witzwort Nordfriesland. 

Er wurde im 1647 erbaut und diente als Scheune, Stall und Wohnung. Heute ist in ihm ein Museum und ein Restaurant (lecker Kuchen!).

Das Pano habe ich mit einen Slant auf einen Manfrotto Einbeinstativ mit einem 8mm Fischauge geknipst.

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Tags: roter haubarg; haubarg; nordfriesland; nordsee; northsea; witzwort; eiderstedt; halbinsel; husum; museum; restaurant
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