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Staubbachfall
Switzerland

This panorama shows the Staubbach Falls (in German: Staubbachfall), at 300m the longest waterfall in Switzerland and one of the 72 waterfalls in the spectactular valley.  The waterfall is located very close to the town of Lauterbrunnen, which is not only the entrance to the spectacular valley, but is also the gateway to the surrounding beautiful mountain villages of Wengen, Murren, and the train ride up to Jungfrau. Definitely worth a visit when you are in Switzerland!

Copyright: Johan Offermans &Amp; Karl Overholt
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 23474x11737
Uploaded: 17/08/2011
Updated: 11/07/2014
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Tags: staubbachfall; waterfall; lauterbrunnen; interlaken; switzerland; fall; mountains; alps; falls; bernese oberland; cliffs; europe
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