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Kuessnacht vierwaldstaettersee rigi
Switzerland

Der Vierwaldstättersee bietet an vielen Orten einen schönen und farbenfrohen Sonnenuntergang. Hier eine 360° Panorama Aufnahmen (Kugelpanorama) aus Küssnacht (früher Küssnacht am Rigi) mit Schein auf die Rigi. Gleich neben dem Hafen in Küssnacht befindet sich ein grosser Brunnen und Spielplatz wo sich die Kinder austoben können.

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Copyright: Daniel batrac
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Uploaded: 09/02/2011
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Tags: mounten; lake; see; berge; schweiz; küssnacht; vierwaldstättersee; vrpix
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