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Schlossberg Uhrturm Park
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Schlossberg Lift
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Schlossberg Uhrturm - at the elevator
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Church of Wolfsberg im Schwarzautal - inside
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Schlossberg Restaurant - Skybar Beer garden
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Jakominiplatz Rondeau on the roof
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Chapell - of Glojach - lower Styria - inside
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