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Bruecke in Spindlermuehle / Špindlerův Mlýn im Riesengebirge
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Den Ort Spindlermuehle kennt man als Gebirgs- und Skizentrum. Interessant ist jedoch auch Tatsache, dass 8 km vom Stadtzentrum der europäische Strom von der Elbe entspringt. Spindlermuehle ist damit die erste Stadt, durch welche der maechtigste Fluss Tschechiens fließt. Von Spindlermuehle aus macht er sich auf einen 1 122 km langen Weg, davon 364,4 km auf dem Gebiet der Tschechischen Republik. Die 2 bekanntesten Berge links und rechtsseitg vom Fluß sind der Svatr Petr und der Medvedin. Das Bild enstand im Februar 2012, als in Deutschland in Grenznähe an Schnee nicht zu denken war.

Copyright: Jens ruppert
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Uploaded: 13/02/2012
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Tags: bruecke; spindlermuehle; spindleruv mlyn; elbquelle; svatr petr; medvedin; riesengebirge
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