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Geilgaard Bakke lookout
Denmark

A few hundret meters from Nørre Nissum you can ascend a few steps to reach this lookout. Here you have a nice view of the landscape and Nissum Bredning.

Copyright: Stephan Rautenberg
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Uploaded: 05/01/2011
Updated: 25/08/2014
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