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View point at Monte Baldo
Italy

Monte Baldo is a 2218m high hill towering over Malchesine, Veneto, Italy. It's provides an astonishing view of Lake Garda which lies right next to it at an elevation of 65m. There is a cable car service from Malchesine to Monte Baldo which is most notable for it's rotating cabins on the second section which provide the riders with a 360 view along the track.

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Uploaded: 16/08/2012
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