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Schrammstein-View in Saxonia Switzerland, Germany
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This is one of the best panoramic views in Saxonia Switzerland. If you are lucky to get one of the few parking lots near by Schrammsteinbaude, it is a hike of about 1.5 hours. You have to climb some stairs, but all very easy.

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Uploaded: 07/04/2009
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