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At the begining of Moll tall
Austria

The water that melts in the summer from the Pasterze glacier flows into an artificial lake. The water from the lake is fed into a hydro electric powerstation in the valley, from where it becomes the Möll.

Copyright: Rafael De Vill
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Uploaded: 29/11/2009
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