File:Maria Saal Zollfeld Virunum Arena Nordteil 22092006 01.jpg

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English: Northern part of the excavation site of the Roman arena at the ancient Noricum capital Virunum II, market town Maria Saal, district Klagenfurt Land, Carinthia, Austria, EU
Deutsch: Nördlicher Teil der Ausgrabungsstätte der römischen Arena der antiken Norischen Hauptstadt Virunum II, Marktgemeinde Maria Saal, Bezirk Klagenfurt Land, Kärnten, Österreich, EU
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