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Handeggfall bridge
Switzerland

Handeckfallbrücke - Nervenkitzel an der Handeck

70 Meter über der Schlucht des Handeckfalls ermöglicht die Hängeseilbrücke einen spektakulären Blick auf den Wasserfall.

http://www.grimselwelt.ch/bahnen/gelmerbahn

Copyright: Dieter hofer
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Загружена: 30/09/2010
Обновлено: 05/09/2014
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