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Manessen - Ossiachersee (Winter)
Austria

Ort: Steindorf

Aufnahmeposition: Manessen
Jahreszeit: Winter 2010
Sonstiges: Blickrichtung Ossiachersee
Kamera: Canon EOS 500D

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Uploaded: 16/02/2010
Updated: 09/11/2012
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Tags: austria; kärnten; ossiachersee; steindorf; stone village; sea; winter
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