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The old village of Ernen in Switzerland
Switzerland
Copyright: Fritz dallenbach
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Geüpload: 23/11/2011
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Tags: village; switzerland; wallis; blue sky; old
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Fritz Dallenbach
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Fiescheralp 2
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Fiescheralp 3
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Aletsch Glacier
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Aletsch glacier view from mount eggishorn switzerland
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Trail to the Bettmerhorn
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Cable Car up to Bettmerhorn
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View from the Top Station Bettmerhorn
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Aletsch Glacier 2
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Aletsch Glacier 3
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Aberdeen Marina Breakwater
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Stralsund Marketplace
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Zürich Limmatquai by Night
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Rathausbrücke
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Strickhof Garden
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Stralsund, old Market
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