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das schwarze haus
Von der Straße aus, kann man durch das Haus durchgucken. Das Ferienhaus von Johanna Michel und Dirk Preuß steht in Pinnow im Landkreis Uckermark. Das Haus steht auf einem großen Grundstück mit Gartenstück und ist Richtung Straße, nach vorne und Richtung Feld, nach hinten raus verglast. Man kann von der Straße durch das Haus in die Landschaft gucken. Wenn die Fenster offen sind, zieht der Wind durch das ganze Haus. Aufgenommen am 22.06.2013 in Pinnow im Landkreis Uckermark.
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Das schwarze Haus
The Uckermark is also known as the Tuscany of the North; forests, lakes and rolling hills as far as the eye can see. At the foot of one of these hills, there is a holiday home that could be mistaken for a barn.