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Kiischpelt's solar circle

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Kiischpelt’s solar circle is located east of Enscherange, just 50° north of the Equator and 6° east of Greenwich. It is the only point of intersection between longitude and latitude in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The Sun Trail leads to the solar circle. Coordinates: N50.000000° E6.000000°

Coordonnées: N50.000000°  E6.000000°

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