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Der Loser summit (1837m) - Totes Gebirge - Austria

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Totes_Gebirge

http://www.bergsteigen.com/klettersteig/steiermark/totes-gebirge/loser-klettersteig-panorama-klettersteig-sisi

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