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Pyramidenkogel, Aussichtsturm am Wörthersee in Kaernten Austria
Austria

Der schraubenförmige Aussichtsturm aus Holz und Stahl am Pyramidenkogel in Kärnten mit gewendelter Rutsche, breiten Stufen und Aufzug.

Copyright: Gregor duller
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6324x3162
Uploaded: 27/12/2013
Updated: 22/01/2014
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Tags: pyramidenkogel; aussichtsturm; wörthersee; klopeinersee; see; berge; karawanken; ausflugsziel; kärnten; austria; Österreich
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