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Switzerland Lucerne Verkehrshaus Orion
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The museum of Transport, the "Verkehrshaus" is the best visited museum in Switzerland. In the Aviation Hall the Lockheed Orion, once the fastest passenger plane on earth, is being disassembled to give room to new exhibits

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