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    Beautiful cloud formation sunset taken on a nice summer day in June 2011.
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    Sunrise and sunset times calendar for: Ettlingen, Germany
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    xbacksteinx Ettlingen, Germany
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    Sunset as seen from the northern black forrest looking towards France and Rhineland-Palatinate.
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