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In memory of deceased members of the Ski-Club Arlberg

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In memory of deceased members of the Ski-Club Arlberg - a memorial stone at the Galzig (2185 m). Here ist the "meeting point" of the St. Christoph Bahn, the Zammermoosbahn and the Osthangbahn.

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