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Zemmschlucht Winter
Austria
Zemmschlucht im Winter. Schluchtstraße mit Steinbrücke, zwischen Mayrhofen/Finkenberg und Ginzling/Dornauberg. (Feb. 2013)
Copyright: Hugo Bernardi
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Uploaded: 15/02/2013
Updated: 15/10/2014
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Tags: zemmschlucht; schlucht; bach; brücke; mayrhofen; finkenberg; ginzling; dornauberg; zillertal; tirol; austria
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