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Skisprungschanze auf dem Kottmar in Walddorf / Eibau im Winter
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Die Skisprungschanze in Walddorf ist auf dem Kottmar gelegen, auf dem auch eine Quelle der Spree entspringt. Sogar Jens Weißflog ist hier schon gestartet.

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Uploaded: 13/02/2012
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