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Sankt jacob im defereggental oesterreich
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Panorama von der Skipiste in Sankt Jacob im Defereggental Österreich, bei blauem Himmel und super Schnee Verhältnissen. Aufgenommen in der Nähe zum ALmspitz Lift auf ca. 2500 m / NN.

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