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The Catholic chapel Michael's cross
Switzerland
The Catholic chapel Michael's cross stands above the municipality of Root in the canton Lucerne at the top on the mountain Rooter on a height of just 800 metres above sea level.
Copyright: Daniel Batrac
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Uploaded: 27/12/2010
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