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Kussnacht lakeshore B August 8, 2011
Switzerland

Küssnacht 

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Küssnacht am Rigi is a district and municipality in the canton of Schwyz in Switzerland, consisting of three villages: Küssnacht, Immensee and Merlischachen. It is situated at the north shore of Lake Lucerne and at the south shore of Lake Zug below mount Rigi - 1,797 m

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