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Roetgen / Rott - Nature-Sanctuary Struffelt - Field of Fern
Nature-Sanctuary Struffelt (ACK-020)

This panorama shows a field of fern on the border of a wood in the nature sanctuary Struffelt-Heide in Roetgen / Rott near Aachen in Germany. This natural preserve belongs to the so called Vennvorland of the Nature-Preserve Hohes Venn Eifel. The boardwalk through the moor and the heath invite to a hiking tour the hole year round.

Copyright: Andreas Schniertshauer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7976x3988
Uploaded: 22/08/2011
Updated: 07/05/2014
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