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With its 1328 m above sea level. A. Schober is the highest elevation in the terrain edge over the store wall (1264 m above sea level. A.), the imposing dragon wall forms the logical continuation (1,176 meters above sea level. A.) above the Mondsee. It is one of the Salzkammergut area hundreds of feet high drop-front about the false ceiling of the Dachsteinkalks against the low foothills of the flysch zone (Kolomansberg) to the foothills of the Alps.

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