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Monschau - Kalterherberg - Timber Bridge in the Perlenbachtal in the Eifel
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This panorama shows a timber bridge in the Perlenbachtal also called Perlbachtal near Monschau-Kalterherberg in the Eifel in Germany. On the right side of the creek called "Perlenbach" you can see some wild yellow narcissus.

Copyright: Andreas schniertshauer
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上传: 23/04/2012
更新: 07/05/2014
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Tags: aachen360; monschau; kalterherberg; timber bridge; bridge; perlenbachtal; narzissen; narcissus; perlbachtal; bach; perlenbach; brücke; gelb; ufer
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