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Grosser Oelberg
Germany
This pano was taken on June, 1 2014 on top of GROSSER OELBERG, Bad Honnef, Germany close to the restaurant which is located there. It overlooks the "Seven Mountain Range" (in german: SIEBENGEBIRGE) and the river RHINE (RHEIN) close to the former capital of Germany-->BONN.
Copyright: Gunnar W.G. Mitzner
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Taken: 01/06/2014
Uploaded: 01/06/2014
Updated: 17/06/2014
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Tags: restaurant; outdoors; blue sky; nature; overview; forest; germany; siebengebirge; oelberg; rock; sunny
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