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View over Linz from the Franz-Josefs-Warte
Upper Austria

The Franz Josefs Warte has a great view of the town Linz and the surroundings. This observation point (german: Warte) stand on top of the Freinberg (405m).

Copyright: Martin Kneth
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Uploaded: 29/08/2009
Updated: 08/04/2012


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