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Murna near the bridge in Murau
Austria

Die noch junge "Murna", eine bronze Skulptur, die den Fluss, die Kraft, den Segen, das zeitlose und reine des Elementes Wasser verkörpert.  Photo's taken on September 5, 2012.

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