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Air panorama of Weggis on the Lake
Switzerland

Weggis ist einer der schönsten Orte in der Zentralschweiz. Direkt am Vierwaldstättersee in der Nähe von Luzern und den vielen Bergen wie die Rigi oder der Pilatus.

Copyright: Daniel batrac
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Uploaded: 09/06/2011
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