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Skiing in St. Oswald
Austria

Panorama taken between the newest calbe car, the Nationalparkbahn Brunnach and the newest restraurant in the St. Oswald / Bad Kleinkirchheim, the Nock In. The weather maybe wasn#t as great as it could have been, but the slopes were in perfect condition. pano

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Uploaded: 16/03/2010
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Tags: skiing; winter; austria; carinthia; kärnten; snow; ice; sports
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