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Waterfall in the Hohe Tauern
Austria

On the Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse one comes across many waterfalls, but this one - only about 1km away from Francz Joseph Höhe - is probably one of the most beautiful ones. It's only about 100 meters away from a parking spot along the road.

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Uploaded: 21/11/2009
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