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Lunch Break
Baden-Wuerttemberg

When having lunch brake, this nice look out can be reached within a 10 minute walk from Sonnenbuehl Willmandingen. With some luck, that is, on cold, dry winter days, one can see glowing  at a low sun angle, in the south, south east,  the snowbound East German (Zugspitze) and Central Swiss Alps!

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