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20120915 Manlichen 2342m
Switzerland

On the summit of Manlichen, 2342m a peak between Wengen and Grindelwald, to the north Schynige Platte with Alpengarten. Made with my Nokia 700.

Copyright: Jiri Syrovatko
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Uploaded: 15/09/2012
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Tags: grindelwald; manlichen; wengen; schynige platte; switzerland; 2012
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