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Image of Kepler-Exhibit-228Description: Graz, along the Mur River. Explanation: Graz, again looking along the Mur, now closer to the hill. Note the long, two-story, grey building to the left of center. (A small orange building separates it from a large, square, dark-grey building bearing the sign “Kastner-Oehler.”) This low grey building was built at the same time as, and next door to, the Protestant Stiftsschule where Kepler taught and which has since been torn down. (See slide 239 for a closer view of this building, taken from the opposite direction.

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