Im Weiherle Aalen

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First come 2 location edits and then you can take care of the fakes that were discovered.

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Location Edit 1.)

Title of the Wayspot: Spielplatz Am Sattel

Current Location: 48.868144,10.118936

Correct Location: 48.868072, 10.118587

City: Aalen

Country: Germany

Additional information: See satellite view.

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Location Edit 2.)

Title of the Wayspot: Bolzplatz Aalen

Current Location: 48.867683,10.117209

Correct Location: 48.868275, 10.118562

City: Aalen

Country: Germany

Additional information: See satellite view. Abuse!

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Fake 1.)

Title of the Wayspot: Stromkasten der Grüne Hut

Location: 48.867794,10.115683

City: Aalen

Country: Germany

Photos to support your claim:

Additional information: Fake

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Fake 2.)

Title of the Wayspot: Stolpersteine Familie Klebe

Location: 48.86782,10.116556

ORIGINAL: 50.763438,9.683817

City: Aalen

Country: Germany

Additional information: The photo was stolen from the other Wayspot and the title was also copied 1:1. The stumbling blocks were laid to commemorate people who suffered a particularly difficult fate, mostly as a result of the persecution of the Jews. So misusing it as a wayspot is like mocking these people. In my opinion, this is serious abuse and should lead to the immediate blocking of the account. In our country this is a criminal offense.

Proof of correct location: https://osthessen-news.de/n11655117/20-stolpersteine-in-rhina-gegen-das-vergessen-verlegt.html

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Fake 3.)

Title of the Wayspot: Stromkasten rotes Auto

Location: 48.867237,10.115901

City: Aalen

Country: Germany

Additional information: Unfortunately I don't have any proof in the form of pictures, websites or similar at this point, so I hope that you simply trust me at this point. There's something that gives this fake away.

Clue 1: The photo cannot be enlarged, this low image quality is already the original size, this is very revealing and indicates that this image was simply stolen from somewhere, as there is no higher resolution.

Clue 2: Look at the picture. You see a wall in the background. There is no wall on the satellite view.

Clue 3: You can see a pedestrian walkway behind the electrical box that is extremely narrow and thin, but the one on the satellite view is much wider.

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