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Ice Rink on the Alp Raguta above Feldis in Grisons, Switzerland
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Panorama captured at the (probably) highest natural ice rink in europe on the Alp Raguta above the villages of Scheid and Feldis in the Grisons Rhine valley in Switzerland (Altitude 1952 m a.s.l.)

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Uploaded: 18/02/2010
Updated: 09/04/2012
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