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Looking Northeast Down to Black Mountain (Schwarzenberg) #1
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We are located above the city district Heath of Black Mountain (Schwarzenberg) in the vicinity of the Hotel at High Rooster (Am Hohen Hahn). From here you can overlook the beautiful Schwarzwassertal.

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Tags: ore mountains; saxony; schwarzenberg; autumn; field; heide
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