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Aerial View of Winterberg - Switzerland
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Winterberg which belongs to Lindau ZH is locate in-between Zurich and Winterthur. Flight altitude for the panorama was 130 meters above ground. The pictures were made with a GPS controlled helicopter. Die Ortschaft Winterberg ist der topografisch höchstgelegene Gemeindeteil von Lindau. Hier sind noch einige traditionelle Landwirtschaftsbetriebe anzutreffen. Die vorzügliche Lage und die prächtige Aussicht in die Alpen waren zweifelsfrei der Grund, dass schon in den frühen Dreissigerjahren die ersten Einfamilienhäuser gebaut wurden. Bis heute hat sich diese Bautätigkeit moderat fortgesetzt und Winterberg zählt heute rund 870 Einwohner mehrheitlich in Eigenheimen. Source: Wikipedia Link: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winterberg_ZH

Copyright: Martin haemmerli
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Chargée: 27/05/2011
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Tags: winterberg; lindau; zurich; aerial photography; egenion; luftbild; lufbilder
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