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Falz-Alm (below Watzmann hut)
Germany

This is the view from Falz-Alm which is below the Watzmann hut. This was one of my most beautiful Sunrise I've ever seen.

Copyright: Wolfgang taubert
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Uploaded: 17/08/2011
Updated: 10/10/2014
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Tags: falz-alm; falzalm; watzmann; watzmann hut; watzmannhaus; alps; mountain; berchtesgaden alps; bavarian alps
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