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Deutsch: Heißluftballon
  • Schweizerische Luftfahrtzeugregister-Nr.:HB_QSG
  • Hersteller:KUBICEK S.R.O. *** Bj.2002
  • Lfz.-Muster/Typ:SPEC.SHAPE BB GALLEN
  • Haupteigentümer:Kanton St. Gallen; CH-9001 St. Gallen, Regierungsgebäude
  • Haupthalter:B & M Balloon & Airship Company GmbH; CH-8593 Kesswil, Breitfeldstrasse 1, Postfach 1
"Fliegende Kathedrale" von Jan Kaeser und Matin Zimmermann (Künstler aus St.Gallen) nachempfunden der Stiftskirche des Klosters St.Gallen. Gesehen auf den "internationalen Ballontagen Alpenrheintal" [1] auf dem Brückenfestival [2] Wiesenrain in Lustenau - Widnau.
English: Balloon
  • Swiss Aircraft Registry-Nr.:HB_QSG
  • Manufacturer:KUBICEK S.R.O. *** Bj.2002
  • Aircraft-Pattern/Type:SPEC.SHAPE BB GALLEN
  • Main Owners:Kanton St. Gallen; CH-9001 St. Gallen, Regierungsgebäude
  • Main holders:B & M Balloon & Airship Company GmbH; CH-8593 Kesswil, Breitfeldstrasse 1, Postfach 1
"Flying Cathedral" by Jan Kaeser and Matin Zimmermann (Artists from St.Gallen) lookalike of Church of the Monastery of St. Gallen. Seen at the "internationalen Ballontagen Alpenrheintal" [3] on the bridge festival[4] Wiesenrain in Lustenau - Widnau.
Français : Une Montgolfière en forme de cathédrale
  • Numéro d'enregistrement aéronautique suisse : HB_QSG
  • Fabricant : KUBICEK S.R.O. *** Bj.2002
  • Aspect de l'aéronef : Spécial, silouette de l'église de Saint-Gall.
  • Propriétaire : Canton de Saint-Gall
La « Cathédrale volante » par Jan Kaeser et Matin Zimmermann (artistes à Saint-Gall), imitant l'église de l'Abbaye de Saint-Gall. Photo prise durant la internationalen Ballontagen Alpenrheintal (litt. : Journée internationnale de la Montgolgière de Alpenrheintal) près du pont entre Lustenau et Widnau.
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Camera location47° 24′ 26.26″ N, 9° 39′ 02.75″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo

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