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Kraftwerk Schwabeck in Kaernten Austria
Austria

Das Laufkraftwerk Schwabeck an der Drau wurde in den Jahren 1939 bis 1943 durch die Alpen-Elektrowerke AG erbaut und war damals das leistungsstaerkste Laufkraftwerk Oesterreichs.

Copyright: Gregor Duller
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Uploaded: 10/05/2012
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Tags: kraftwerk; schwabeck; kaernten; fluss; drau; verbund; wunderstätten; lavamünd; klopeinersee
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