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Katzenstein, near Traunstein (Gmunden)
View from the mountain "Katzenstein" next to the Traunstein in Upper Austria.
Copyright: Michael fruehmann
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Tags: katzenstein; traunstein; gmunden; upper austria; oberösterreich; mountain; laudachsee; salzkammergut
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