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|University of Muenster (Germany)|
|The city of Muenster in Northrhine-Westphalia in Germany.|
The image overlay shows the cathedral, the church of Lambertus, the cityhall of the westphalian peace and parts of the university.
The blue cross marks the house of the most famous German student connections "Winfridia Breslau".
|A recon photo of the German city of Düren taken as part of sortie 33/2032 of December 16, 1944, flown by Captain T. A. Roberts of the 33rd Photo Recon Squadron. Located on the east bank of the Roer River, the city was a center of fierce fighting during the Battle of the Bulge, which began on the day this photo was taken.||06/25/2007||688|
|Warehouse district north of Muenster constructed in 1936, was formerly used by the German Armed Forces during World War II.||01/19/2010||703|
|Muenster Zoo, Germany overlay.||08/13/2005||797|
|This is the technical department of FH Muenster in Steinfurt.||07/23/2006||179|
|Münster-Osnabrück Airport (Germany)||08/11/2005||842|
|303rd BG: Munster, Germany Bomb Strike - Mission #263, 26 October 1944||01/02/2008||1,100|
|Captain T. A. Roberts flew sortie #2032 over Jülich, northeast of Aachen, on the afternoon of December 16, 1944. Earlier that morning about 50 miles to the southeast, the Wehrmacht had launched a massive offensive through the Ardennes forest and ignited what came to be known as the Battle of the Bulge.||06/25/2007||673|
|The castle of Münster was built from 1767 to 1787. It has been completely destroyed in WWII. Today it has been built up again and today it is the center of the University of Münster.||08/12/2005||597|
|This unlabeled bomb damage assessment photo from a 33rd Photo Recon Squadron mission shows a portion of the 30-square-mile section of the German city of Eschweiler located behind the Siegfried Line. It was bombed by the 8th Air Force in November 1944 before being overrun by US infantry a few days later.||06/25/2007||778|
|Recon photo of Cologne. At the upper right corner you can see the "Koelner Dom".||10/24/2005||1,064|