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Water (June 16–21, 2005)

Eric Rougier and Cécile Brand

Hot Afternoon in Paris (Near the Eiffel tower)

Kay-Uwe Rosseburg

Mellingburger Schleuse

Sliding Gate at the River Alster in Hamburg, Germany

2005-06-20 12:30 local time

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The Alster is a 56 km long river in Northern Germany, which flows through the city of Hamburg. The Alster ends in the river Elbe. The Alster forms two artificial lakes within the city limits of Hamburg, called Außenalster (outer Alster) and Binnenalster (inner Alster). Until the 19th century the river alster was used for transports by ships and the gates were used for controlling the water level.


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