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View from head of Indemann (Look-out) on Goltsteinkuppe near Lucherberg
Germany

This panorama shows the famous view from the head of the Indemann a look-out on the mine dump called "Goltsteinkuppe" near Lucherberg, Inden a district of Düren in Germany. You can see the "Sophienhöhe", the brown coal mining area (open cast mine) called "Tagebau Inden" and the coal-fired power plant "Weisweiler" in the background. For more informations visit: http://www.indeland.de/index.php?id=60

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Copyright: Andreas Schniertshauer
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Uploaded: 10/06/2012
Updated: 08/07/2014
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Tags: aachen360; lucherberg; düren; inden; indemann; kopf; head; viewpoint; look-out; abraumhalde; halde; symbol; indeland; mine; dump; nature; natur; coal; mining; bergbau; tagebau; braunkohle; strip; brown; steel; stahl; germany; deutschland; europe; europa; open; cast; goltsteikuppe
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