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The Pöhlberg Near Annaberg-Buchholz - Entering Meadows Called Pöhlbergalm #1
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The Pöhlberg is a table mountain near Annaberg-Buchholz located in Saxony/Germany. A surface monument called Pöhlbergalm belongs to protected area of landscape Naturpark Erzgebirge/Vogtland. Here you still find rare plants. Looking South you may see some other mountains like Bärenstein, Keilberg, Fichtelberg, Scheibenberg (from left to right).

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Tags: germany; saxony; ore mountains; annaberg-buchholz; table mountain; pöhlbergalm; protected landscape
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