In The Woods Of Millstatt Alps
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Panoramic photo by René Pirker Taken 14:31, 06/10/2012 - Views loading...

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In The Woods Of Millstatt Alps

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Taken during a little walk in the woods. There are two small ponds too, very idyllic.

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A: Millstatt Cathedral Chapter Lenten Veil

by René Pirker, less than 10 meters away

Visited the wonderful Cathedral Chapel on March 3rd, 2013.

Millstatt Cathedral Chapter Lenten Veil

B: Millstatt Cathedral Chapter Lenten Veil II

by René Pirker, less than 10 meters away

Millstatt Cathedral Chapter Lenten Veil II

C: Church in Millstatt

by Anton Possegger, less than 10 meters away

Church in Millstatt

E: Old Mill in Dellach am Millstättersee

by Anton Possegger, 4.7 km away

Old Mill in Dellach am Millstättersee

F: Mill II Dellach am Millstättersee

by Anton Possegger, 4.7 km away

Mill II Dellach am Millstättersee

G: Neues Panorama 2

by Anton Possegger, 4.7 km away

Neues Panorama 2

I: Schloss Porcia

by Markus Ortner, 5.6 km away

Schloss Porcia, also known as Porcia Castle, is one of the most significant Renaissance buildings in ...

Schloss Porcia

This panorama was taken in Austria, Europe

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