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The Eggeturm on the mountain top of the Preußischer Velmerstot
Germany

Der Preußische Velmerstot ist mit 468 m Höhe über NN die höchste Erhebung des Eggegebirges. In der Nähe der beiden Gipfel liegt das Silberbachtal. Hier gehen Eggegebirge und Teutoburger Wald ineinander über. Im Jahr 2003 wurde auf dem Preußischen Velmerstot der gezeigte Eggeturm gebaut und im Sommer 2010 um das neue Dach ergänzt.

Copyright: Carsten unverzagt
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Resolution: 9110x4555
Uploaded: 13/10/2010
Updated: 10/03/2012
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Tags: eggeturm; teutoburger wald; velmerstot; gipfel; silberbach
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