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Photo spot information
Dear Fotogoals Community,
Here we would like to give you some basic information about the photo spots we have published. We ask you to always pay attention to these aspects!
We at Fotogoals try to publish all photo spots to the best of our knowledge and belief. We not only try to provide you with all the important information, but also to pay attention to privacy at the spots. In addition to interim changes to the spots that have already been published, we can of course also make mistakes when creating them.
We therefore assume no liability for the use of our offer and the visit to the spot, as well as your actions on the spot.
We therefore ask you to use common senseon every spot yourself and not to disregard the rights of other people and their property.
In principle, all works and thus also buildings, sculptures, etc. are protected by copyright. This would mean that taking and posting photos would not be legally legal. However, since this would make the use of "public space" difficult, especially for taking photos, Germany has what is known as Panoramafreiheit. This regulates that recording is legally correct as long as it was photographed from public paths and is permanently in this place. More precisely it says:
The Panoramafreiheit (§ 59 UrhG) allows everyone to reproduce, distribute or publicly reproduce works that are permanently located on public paths, streets or squares through painting, photos or film. In the case of buildings, this permission extends exclusively to the external view!
In principle, all spots presented by us are publicly accessible (we do not climb over fences or the like). Despite this, we mark some spots as private property. These are spots that are generally publicly accessible but are still on private property or at least touch on it.
In doing so, attention should be paid to privacy and, if necessary, approval should be obtained in advance.