Schisprungarena Hinzenbach II
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Schisprungarena Hinzenbach II

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Schisprunganlage in Hinzenbach, Bezirk Eferding, mit den beiden mit der neuen 100Meter Sprungschanze sowie den beiden kleineren Sprungschanzen.

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A: Sprungschanze Hinzenbach, ski jump Hinzenbach

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 100 meters away

There is a new ski jump arena in Hinzenbach near Eferding in Upperaustria, with a sik jump, which all...

Sprungschanze Hinzenbach, ski jump Hinzenbach

B: Ruine Schaumberg

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 2.2 km away

This is the ruin of the castle Schaumberg near Eferding in Upperaustria. It is a nice place for trip ...

Ruine Schaumberg

C: Mayrhoferberg

by Georg Thaler, 6.8 km away

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Mayrhoferberg

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by Georg Thaler, 6.8 km away

E: Donau Kraftwerk Aschach Oberbecken

by Georg Thaler, 7.1 km away

Donau Kraftwerk Aschach Oberbecken

F: Reithbach im Aschachtal

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 8.7 km away

On a cold, sunny winterday I saw that frozen river in Aschachtal near Eferding in Upperaustria.Im Asc...

Reithbach im Aschachtal

G: Aschachtal

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 8.7 km away

Die Aschach fließt zwischen Waizenkirchen und Aschach, durch Wälder. Daneben verläuft die Aschachtal-...

Aschachtal

H: Kirche Waizenkirchen

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 10.2 km away

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Kirche Waizenkirchen

I: Friends

by gagasignor, 10.9 km away

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J: St. Agatha, Steinhügel

by Erwin LEIMLEHNER, 11.1 km away

St. Agatha, Steinhügel

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