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View from Kickelhahn Tower in winter, Ilmenau, Thuringia, Germany
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It is one of these sunny clear winterdays with no cloud on the deep blue sky. You made it to the nearly 900m high Kickelhahn mountain, Ilmenau, Germanies famous hausberg. Johann Wolfgang Goethe called it one of his favourite spots and often visited it, when he stayed in Ilmenau. The view is marvellous and if it was not as cold and windy you could stay up here for hours ...

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Uploaded: 29/01/2011
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