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Gruenberg Gmunden - Fall/Winter November 2011

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Late autumn / early winter in Gmunden: Halloween day / All Saints' Day in the mountains, just above fog/clouds on a hiking trail on the way to the peak.

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A: Gmunden Esplanade7

by Amir Nayebhashem, 1.5 km away

Gmunden Esplanade7

B: Beach called the Seebahnhof in Gmunden Austria at Lake Traunsee

by Mischa Reisinger, 1.6 km away

Lake Traunsee in Austria. From here the river Traun runs directly into the big river Danube (78 km). ...

Beach called the Seebahnhof in Gmunden Austria at Lake Traunsee

C: Traunsee und Schloß Orth, Gmunden

by Gerhard Fischer, 1.8 km away

With an electroboat out on Lake Traunsee in Gmunden, Upper Austria with view on Gruenberg, Traunstein...

Traunsee und Schloß Orth, Gmunden

D: Gmunden, Traunbrücke, 2005

by Wolfgang Stich, 2.0 km away

Gmunden, Traunbrücke, 2005

E: Gmunden, «Jazz on the Steamboat»

by Roberto Scavino, 2.0 km away

Gmunden, «Jazz on the Steamboat»

F: Gmunden, sunset over lake Traunsee

by Roberto Scavino, 2.0 km away

Gmunden, sunset over lake Traunsee

G: Gmunden Schiffsanlegestelle

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 2.0 km away

Gmunden Schiffsanlegestelle

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by Bernhard Vogl, 2.0 km away

I: Gmunden, Rathausplatz, 2005

by Wolfgang Stich, 2.0 km away

Gmunden, Rathausplatz, 2005

J: Gmunden Rathausplatz

by Gerhard Fischer, 2.0 km away

Sunny summerday on the Rathausplatz Gmunden, Upper Austria. Take a look on the Traunsee, Gmundnerberg...

Gmunden Rathausplatz

This panorama was taken in http://www.360cities.net/area/salzkammergut, Europe

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