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Thermal Römerbad Inside
Austria

Located right next to the Slopes the Römerbad is the most famous Spa in Kleinkirchheim, a perfect place to end a skiing or hiking day in the surrounding mountains.

Copyright: Bad Kleinkirchheim
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Taken: 26/10/2009
Caricate: 05/12/2009
Aggiornato: 18/09/2014
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Tags: thermal römerbad; spa; wellness; bath; thermal spa; bad kleinkirchheim; nockberge; sauna; pools; architecture
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