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20110204-0170-oybin-sprungschanze-2

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Oybin has a ramshackle wooden ski jump in the street of the hamlet Oybin Hain passes and also no longer usable natural toboggan run. The ascent of the hill in winter is not harmless and therefore not worthy of emulation. source: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oybin

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