Place that are a campus

There are 24,454 places and this is one page of 2,446

  • Osnabruck-Atterheide Airportthis is a campus
    whosonfirst-data-admin-de/102/549/097/102549097.geojson
    It was last modified August 01, 2023.
  • Meinerzhagen Airportthis is a campus
    whosonfirst-data-admin-de/102/549/345/102549345.geojson
    It was last modified August 01, 2023.
  • Kolleda Airportthis is a campus
    whosonfirst-data-admin-de/102/549/417/102549417.geojson
    It was last modified August 01, 2023.
  • Buchel Airportthis is a campus
    whosonfirst-data-admin-de/102/549/553/102549553.geojson
    It was last modified August 01, 2023.
  • Segelflugplatz Bruchsalthis is a campus
    whosonfirst-data-admin-de/102/549/673/102549673.geojson
    It was last modified August 01, 2023.
  • Flugplatz Verden-scharnhorstthis is a campus
    whosonfirst-data-admin-de/102/549/745/102549745.geojson
    It was last modified September 15, 2021.
  • Flugplatz Gelnhausenthis is a campus
    whosonfirst-data-admin-de/102/549/763/102549763.geojson
    It was last modified August 01, 2023.
  • Sportflugplatz Sonnenthis is a campus
    whosonfirst-data-admin-de/102/549/821/102549821.geojson
    It was last modified August 01, 2023.
  • Flugplatz Korbachthis is a campus
    whosonfirst-data-admin-de/102/549/867/102549867.geojson
    It was last modified August 01, 2023.
  • Sportflugplatz Arnbruckthis is a campus
    whosonfirst-data-admin-de/102/549/885/102549885.geojson
    It was last modified August 01, 2023.
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