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The Gurten tower view
Switzerland

Der Aufnahmestandort des Panoramas auf dem 25.5m hohen Gurtenturm befindet sich in einer Höhe von 878.5 m.ü.M. Der Turm wurde am 25. Mai 2000 an der Feier "100 Jahre Zimmermeister-Verband Bern und Umgebung" eingeweiht.

Copyright: Bernhard Ehrminger
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Uploaded: 03/09/2009
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