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    Berlin in the 19th century

    Probably the oldest aerial pictures of Germany (around 1885). Recently found in Luxemburg.

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    Well well, where did you get this, Im guessing that you didn't actually rectify them yourself, but probably got it of someones blog.
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    Super Moderator Captain Hornblower's Avatar
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    There was an article in the Spiegel (German magazine) and didn't get it from any blog. There is a 3rd pic which I can put at the right place (not enough informations).

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