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From a hike to Munt la Schera 8
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From a hike to Munt la Schera in the Swiss National Park. We are at the end of our hike in the center "Il Fuorn" of the Swiss National Park. It is time to drink a beer. The Postauto to Zernez will leave in half an hour.

See also  http://www.nationalpark.ch/go/en/

Copyright: Fritz Hanke
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Taken: 05/09/2013
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Updated: 22/08/2014
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