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First glimps of Oberwalder hutte
Austria

Not far from the resting point one faces a dready dessert of stone, but has the first glimps of the Oberwalder hütte on the top of the hills. (If you try to look for it: it's on the top of the peak to northwest, and it looks really tiny.)

Copyright: Rafael devill
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送信日: 29/11/2009
更新日: 18/09/2014
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