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Switzerland Vitznau Luetzelau Marina
Switzerland

Zwischen Weggis und Vitznau liegt das Hotel Lützelau mit seinem Jachthafen. Das Klima hier ist beeinflusst von der Lage am Südhang der Rigi, in den Wäldern oberhalb gedeihen sogar Edelkastanien. Von hier hat man einen schönen Ausblick über den Vierwaldstättersee nach Beckenried.

Copyright: Markus kaeppeli
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Uploaded: 09/06/2011
Updated: 25/06/2014
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Tags: port; sail; yacht; luetzelau; lake lucerne
  • Wilson Sangi 8 months ago
    Este ponto luminoso com um faixo de luz fazendo uma calda pode me dizer do que se trata, bem no alto ao centro.
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