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Wilhelminatoren, Vaalserberg
Aachen
View from the top of the Wilhelmina tower on top of the Vaalserberg, the highest point of the Netherlands at 350m over sea level. Today was cloudy and cold, with lows of -10 degrees celsius. Unfortunately the view was somewhat limited due to fog.
Copyright: Nicolai van der smagt
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送信日: 13/02/2012
更新日: 19/02/2012
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Tags: wilhelminatoren; vaalserberg; top; vaals; zuid-limburg; limburg; winter; snow; sneeuw; drielandenpunt
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