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The cascade at grimsel lake
Switzerland

The artificial waterfall on the north side brings water to the Grimsel lake from the neighboring Bächli valley and thus contributes to the Oberhasli hydroelectric power plants.

Copyright: Erik Krause
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Uploaded: 21/06/2010
Atualizado: 30/09/2014
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