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Fichtelberg (Erzgebirge)
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This panorama was taken on the highest mountain of the Erzgebirge in Saxony/Germany. It shows the Fichtelberghaus, which is a kind of hotel, restaurant, exhibition and a viewing tower. The temperatur at the record time was -8°C (47°F). The winter sports area on the Fichtelberg offers a great winter scenery and views. This area is visiting every day very well.

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