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Walking from Agra to Montagnola in Ticino, Switzerland
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Walking from Agra to Montagnola in Ticino, Switzerland. There is a beautiful view to the San Salvatore, Monte Generoso and the surrounding of Lugano. Even you see a very small part of Lake Lugano.

Copyright: Fritz Hanke
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Uploaded: 07/11/2012
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Tags: agra; montagnola; lugano; ticino; switzerland
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