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Daberklamm, Hohe Tauern National Park, Eastern Tyrol, Austria
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The Daberklamm is an deep canyon, located at the end of the Dorfer valley in the Kals community in Eastern Tyrol (Austria). The narrow canyon with the wide Dorfer valley above sourrounded by a lot of mountains higher than 3,000 meters was in focus of electricity companies during a long time as an ideal location and planned to be flooded by an artificial lake with a 220m high concrete dam closely above this panoramas location. after a lot of protests the project was cancelled in 1987. The canyon is now part of the Hohe Tauern National Park.

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Uploaded: 31/08/2009
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