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Wildspitzbahn & the Café in 3440m, Pitztal
Austria
The Wildspitzbahn and the Café 3.440 are since autumn 2012. In the new café you can enjoy coffees and taste sweets. There is the highest Wi-Fi in in Tirol. Thus the impressions and from the breathtaking panorama can send directly to family and friends.
Copyright: Jozef kokes
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Uploaded: 19/08/2013
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