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Nurlagn (Feldis/Veulden), Grisons, Switzerland
Grisons

"Blue Hour" in the little mountain village of Feldis ("Veulden" is the Rumansh name). View into both the Rhine valleys (Hinterrhein and Vorderrhein).

Copyright: Thomas bredenfeld
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Uploaded: 07/03/2010
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Tags: feldis; veulden; grisons; graubunden; switzerland; mountain; village; alps; winter
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