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The Greifenbachstauweiher (wondering pond) near Geyer II
Germany

The Greifenbachstauweiher (wondering pond) is a very popular place for vacation, recreation and tourist attraction. It's origin has been created for mining engineering purposes in the 14th century.

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http://www.greifenbachstauweiher.de/

Copyright: Rico hentschel
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Tags: saxony; geyer; ehrenfriedersdorf; thum; mining; wondering pond; camping
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