File:Meersburg um 1800.jpg

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Deutsch: Panorama von Meersburg. Kupferstich, aquarelliert, 38,4 x 50,8 cm, Konstanz, Rosgartenmuseum.
English: View of Meersburg in the late 18th century. Dedicated to the prince-bishop of Constance, Maximilian Christoph von Rodt (1775–1799). Meersburg had been the Residenz of the prince-bishops of Constance since the early 16th century. Engraving from the Rosgartenmuseum at Konstanz.
Date Late 1790s
Source/Photographer Johann Heinrich Bleuler


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