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Skiing in St. Oswald
Austria

Panorama taken near the summit station of the Nockalmbahn in St. Oswald.  The weather maybe wasn't as great as it could have been, but the slopes were in perfect condition. pano

Copyright: Markus Ortner
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Caricate: 16/03/2010
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Tags: skiing; winter; austria; carinthia; kärnten; snow; ice; sports
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