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Almkirchtag auf dem Berg "Petzen" in Kaernten Austria
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Almkirchtag auf dem Berg Petzen in 1670m Seehöhe, ein traditionelles Volksfest in Suedkaernten. Beliebtes Ausflugsziel und Wandergebiet bis zum Gipfel in 2126m Seehöhe.

Copyright: Gregor Duller
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Uploaded: 31/07/2012
Updated: 13/05/2014
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Tags: berg; petzen; bleiburg; feistritz; loibach; klopeinersee; klopeiner see; carinthia; austria; oesterreich
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