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Eifel - Euskirchen - Schleiden - Urft Dam - Water Dam - Entrance Building
Germany

This panorama shows the entrance building (no access for the public) to the Urft Dam "Urfttalsperre", the top of the dam wall "Urftstaumauer", the "Obersee", the lake Urft called "Urftsee", the hill "Kermeter", the popular restaurant destination "Gartenrestaurant Urfttalsperre"  and "Burg Vogelsang" in the far background all in the Eifel National Park in North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany.

When this panorama was shot it was very cold and the complete Obersee, Urftsee and Rursee was frozen.

For more informations vist:
http://www.wver.de/talsperren/urfttalsperre.php
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urft_Dam
http://www.eifel.de/go/sehenswertes-detail/urfttalsperre_schleiden.html (including opeing hours of restaurant)

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Copyright: Andreas schniertshauer
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Tags: aachen360; euskirchen; schleiden; germany; europe; eifel; national; park; urft; water; dam; north rhine-westphalia; urftsee; lake; hill; kermeter; obersee; urfttalsperre; burg vogelsang; frozen; see; snow; cold
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