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Beach called the Seebahnhof in Gmunden Austria at Lake Traunsee
Lake Traunsee in Austria. From here the river Traun runs directly into the big river Danube (78 km). We, three guys, the so called Danube-pirates, go with the Water from here to the black sea (Rumänia) 2200 km harrrrrrrrrr
Copyright: Mischa Reisinger
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Uploaded: 08/03/2011
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Tags: austria; salzkammergut; gmunden; lake; traunsee; trainstation; seebahnhof; donau-piraten.at; landscape
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