Series: Langewiesche-Bücherei

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Karl Spitzweg; 31 Gemälde, Davon 16 in Farbiger Wiedergabe by Karl Spitzweg
Kleine Stadt by Karl Kaltwasser
L148LB - Doerfliche Kirchenraeume by Siegfried Scharfe
L446LB - Der Dom in Schleswig by Wolfgang Teuchert
Das Maximiliansgrab in Innsbruck by Ingeborg Limmer
Ostpreußen by Hans Köster
Der Stephansdom in Wien by Erich V. Strohmer
Der Veitsdom in Prag by Hans Werner Hegemann
Weingarten by Richard Schmidt
L475LBV - Der Ueberlinger Altar by Claus Zoege von Manteuffel85
L146LB - Caspar David Friedrich by Johannes Beer146
Michael Pacher's Altar von St. Wolfgang by Karl Scheffler153
Die Augustinerkirche in Münnerstadt by Sebastian Kopp158
Ottobeuren by Johannes Beer188
L302LB - Die Sebalduskirche in Nuernberg by Hans-Martin Barth302
L417LB - Die Magdalenenkirche in Muennerstadt by Eva Ulrich417

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