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Near Montagnola 2
Switzerland

There is a nice hiking trail around Monte Croce near Montagnola with beautiful views down to the Lake Lugano. Hier a view down to Caslano near Ponte Tresa at the Lake Lugano.

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Tags: montagnola; agra; caslano; lugano; lake; ticino; switzerland
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