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Austria/Styria: Above Schladming
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If you go from Schladming to Ramsau by car, you will pass this vantage point. Here you can look down to Schladming and see the great Dachstein.

Copyright: Ernst Michalek
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Uploaded: 24/05/2012
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Tags: austria; styria; dachstein; mountain; schladming; ramsau
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