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View to Appenzeller Land, Switzerland

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360 degrees panorama view to Appenzeller Land, Switzerland

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"Der Stamm kann 360 Grad / Stamm does 360 degrees" 

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A: View to Alpstein, Appenzeller Land, Switzerland

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B: View to the Alpstein, Switzerland

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C: Alte Weissbadstrasse in Appenzell

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D: Bridge over the river Sitter in Appenzell

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E: Behind the "Stiftung Kloster Maria der Engel" in Appenzell

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F: Gerbegasse in Appenzell

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G: Waiting for the train to Urnäsch in Appenzell

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Waiting for the train to Urnäsch in Appenzell

H: Cemetery of Appenzell

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I: Our train to Urnäsch arrived in Appenzell

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We visited Appenzell on a nice and sunny day in autumn.Our train to Urnäsch arrived in Appenzell. He ...

Our train to Urnäsch arrived in Appenzell

J: Church at the Hauptgasse in Appenzell

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Church at the Hauptgasse in Appenzell

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