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Fichtelberg Friedensglocke (Oberwiesenthal)
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Der Fichtelberg bei Oberwiesenthal im Erzgebirgskreis ist mit 1.214,79 m ü. NHN[1] der höchste Berg in Sachsen. Gemeinsam mit dem nahe gelegenen Klínovec (Keilberg; 1.244 m) auf tschechischer Seite bildet er das bedeutendste Wintersportzentrum des Erzgebirges. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fichtelberg_%28Erzgebirge%29

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Uploaded: 06/03/2012
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