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Cows In Meadow Near Rothbach Waterfall, Konigssee
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Cows rest in a meadow near Röthbachfall in Berchtesgaden National Park, South Bavaria. Röthbachfall is the highest waterfall in Germany, with a vertical drop of 470 metres (1540 ft). The area is surrounded by mountains, and is most easily accessed by taking a boat across the nearby Königssee.

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Uploaded: 24/08/2012
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Tags: königssee; rothbach waterfall; cows; cattle; bavaria; mountains; meadow; berchtesgaden national park; berchtesgaden alps
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