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Aletsch glacier view from mount eggishorn switzerland
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Aletsch glacier from  Eggishorn Station above Fiesch, Switzerland. Located two gondola rides up in the Alps.  It was a cold but beautiful day after Christmas on the 27th of Dec 2010

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Hochgeladen: 29/12/2010
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Tags: 2926m delete glacier; nature; snow; aletsch glacier; mount eggishorn delete skiing; switzerland
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