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Vue devant le restaurant d' altitude de la Fema à Val Cenis
Maurienne valley, Savoy Alps

Vue devant le restaurant d' altitude de la Fema à Val Cenis. Situé à l' arrivée du télécabine du Vieux Moulin et au départ du télésiège du Solert.

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Tags: skilift; outdoors; snow; lanslevillard; vanoise; maurienne; savoy; alps; valcenis; fema; restaurant
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